Assignment Task Blue Car Rentals Ltd is a car hire company. They hire vehicles to the public with or without drivers. Ian is the owner of the company and Hilary is his top sales executive. They are both white Caucasians. Mr Bystander is the office receptionist. Ian has just been to Antigua and has argued with almost everybody there and has consequently decided that he dislikes all people who speak with a Caribbean accent. On returning home he has instructed Hilary not to hire cars to anyone with such an accent. She is very upset by this. The conversation was also witnessed by My Bystander who felt very offended even though he is of African heritage and not of Antiguan descent. The Company has a policy that its drivers should have short hair and as such Ash is put off from applying for a job as he has very long hair. Ash is turned down for a job as a driver after he explains to the company that he is a Sikh and that as a Sikh his religion requires him not to cut his hair. Consider the impact of Ian’s behaviour and how this might affect the employment relationship between him; Hilary and Mr Bystander. Advise Hilary, Mr Bystander and Ash as to their rights in relation to employment with Blue Car Rentals Limited. Document Preview:

BSc (Hons) Programmes EMPLOYMENT LAW & RELATIONS Module Handbook Module Level:6 Module Code:PH311 Module Credits20 Module Leader: Rose Buddington Module Prerequisites A minimum of 80 credits from Level 5Module Leader’s Contact Details: HYPERLINK “mailto:rose.buddington@gsm.org.uk” rose.buddington@gsm.org.uk Programme Leader: Rose Buddington Contents TOC o “1-3” h z u HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040009” 1.Introduction: PAGEREF _Toc389040009 h 3 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040010” 2.Message from the Module Leader: PAGEREF _Toc389040010 h 4 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040011” Rose Buddington PAGEREF _Toc389040011 h 4 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040012” 3.Teaching Staff for the Module PAGEREF _Toc389040012 h 5 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040013” 4.Module Support PAGEREF _Toc389040013 h 6 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040014” 5.Module Overview PAGEREF _Toc389040014 h 6 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040015” 6.Learning Outcomes PAGEREF _Toc389040015 h 7 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040016” 7.Learning Guide PAGEREF _Toc389040016 h 8 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040017” What is ‘learning’? PAGEREF _Toc389040017 h 8 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040018” How do you learn? PAGEREF _Toc389040018 h 8 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040019” How much learning should be undertaken? PAGEREF _Toc389040019 h 9 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040020” Examples of ‘Learning’ techniques appropriate to this module PAGEREF _Toc389040020 h 9 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040021” Index of Learning Styles PAGEREF _Toc389040021 h 9 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040022” 8.Assessment PAGEREF _Toc389040022 h 11 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040023” 8.1 Coursework: PAGEREF _Toc389040023 h 11 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040024” 8.2 Examinations PAGEREF _Toc389040024 h 12 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040025” 9.Plagiarism PAGEREF _Toc389040025 h 13 HYPERLINK l “_Toc389040026” 10.Facilities and Resources PAGEREF _Toc389040026 h…