Complete Employment Law

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Overview

Course duration: 4 days.

This course is run in partnership with JSB

Interactive training and practice – with optional 4th day tribunal visit. The original ‘Complete Employment Law’. A JSB ‘Bestseller’ for well over 25 years. This comprehensive course provides authoritative, crystal-clear tuition, giving you the opportunity to apply the law to your own policies and practices. Our participative training style and Q&A throughout ensure you will be able to apply your learning directly to the workplace.

Is it right for me?

Designed for personnel and HR professionals, employee relations managers, line managers, legal advisers, HR consultants.

What will I learn?

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Overview

Course duration: 4 days.

This course is run in partnership with JSB

Interactive training and practice – with optional 4th day tribunal visit. The original ‘Complete Employment Law’. A JSB ‘Bestseller’ for well over 25 years. This comprehensive course provides authoritative, crystal-clear tuition, giving you the opportunity to apply the law to your own policies and practices. Our participative training style and Q&A throughout ensure you will be able to apply your learning directly to the workplace.

Is it right for me?

Designed for personnel and HR professionals, employee relations managers, line managers, legal advisers, HR consultants.

What will I learn?

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand all aspects of employment law
  • Apply the law to your workplace through a case study led training approach
  • Assess and evaluate your policies and procedures
  • Advise colleagues on latest law and its implementation in line with best practice

What will it cover?

The employment relationship and employment contracts

  • The recruitment process: key do’s and don’ts
  • What are express and implied terms?
  • Making and varying employment contracts

Employment status

  • The difference between ‘employees’ and ‘workers’
  • Agency and temporary workers

Pay and working time

  • Working Time Regulations: key rights
  • Holidays and special leave

Special contract clauses

  • Probationary periods: monitoring performance and terminating at short notice
  • Confidentiality, competition and restraints
  • Whistleblowing – practical implications

Grievances and Discipline

  • Handling grievances: best practice guidance
  • Disciplinary matters: managing procedures and warnings

Dismissal

  • Wrongful, unfair and constructive dismissal
  • Misconduct outside the workplace
  • Unfair dismissal – including Tribunal rules and remedies

Performance and Absence

  • How should you deal with poor performance?
  • Managing short-term persistent and long-term continuous absence

Redundancy

  • Defining redundancy and relating legal requirements
  • Individual and collective rights
  • How should you manage redundancies?

Employment Tribunals

  • Time limits and claim and response forms
  • Preparing for the tribunal: collecting relevant evidence
  • Documentation for tribunal cases

Collective rights: Trade Unions and Industrial Relations

  • Trade unions and how they work
  • Collective agreements and employee involvement
  • Recognition rights

Transfer of Undertakings

  • Business transfers and outsourcing
  • Who transfers and what obligations transfer?
  • Harmonising terms and conditions

Health and Safety at Work

  • The employer’s responsibilities and liabilities: common law, statute and tort
  • Protection from stress harassment and bullying

Discrimination Law

  • Sex and race discrimination
  • Direct and indirect discrimination
  • Sexual orientation, religion and belief, disability and age discrimination

Family-friendly Rights and Flexible Working

  • Ordinary and additional maternity leave
  • Paternity and adoption leave and pay
  • Other parental rights and flexible working

Visit to an Employment Tribunal – Experience an Actual Employment Tribunal (Optional Day 4)

  • Attend an actual tribunal accompanied by one of our expert trainers
  • Discussion, explanation and clarification
  • Put newly acquired knowledge into practical, legal context
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