HR Law - 10 Essentials For Your Business
- 41 mins on-demand video
- 8 articles
- 10 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Use HR-compliant recruitment methods to hire new staff
- Deploy contracts of employment to protect your business
- Manage sickness absence, grievences and disciplinary issues effectively
- Understand the law concerning stress, disability, discrimination and TUPE transfers
- All HR Law referred to in this course is for England and Wales and was correct as of February 2015.
- This course includes the following downloadable resources. Please be sure to go through these as you make your way through the course:
- • letter templates and consent forms you can use when investigating a sickness absence
- • a step-by-step plan for correctly initiating, conducting, and concluding a disciplinary meeting or hearing
- • a step-by-step guide to successfully dealing with an employee grievance.
- • a redundancy procedure checklist, so you can check whether you’re dealing with a genuine redundancy situation
- • a case study that explores some of the course’s HR and employment issues in more detail.
To protect your business and your staff, it's crucial you have an understanding of HR and employment law. The consequences of getting your employment obligations wrong range from bad publicity, to loss of customers and tenders - and potentially even professional body intervention or an employee pursuing an employment tribunal claim.
In this course, Managing Director of Bhayani HR & Employment Law, Jay Bhayani, provides a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of the law affecting your business as an employer.
HR Law introduction. Find out more about course instructor Jay Bhayani, and what you'll be learning throughout this course. What happens when you employ people. New employees means your business grows and you have a higher turnover, which ultimately means higher profits. But what are the consequences of getting your employment obligations wrong?
10 HR Essentials:
- Recruitment - get it right. When you have a vacancy to fill, it's important you start out on the right foot. This section covers correct recruitment practices.
- Contracts of employment and staff handbooks. Protect yourself from future compensation claims, by ensuring all your employees have access to the correct literature.
- Grievances - what are they? A grievance isn't always a piece of paper with the word 'grievance' written on it! Learn how to spot a grievance, and how to deal with them correctly.
- Disciplinary issues. Get step-by-step advice on how to correctly discipline and performance-manage your staff.
- Proactively manage sickness absence. It's crucial you know how to manage a long term sickness absence, return to work interviews, and capability proceedings.
- Stress and disability. There's a difference between working under pressure, and working under stress. Learn how to spot the signs of stress and disability.
- Redundancy and business reorganisation. Can you tell a redundancy situation, from a business reorganisation?
- TUPE transfers. What is a TUPE transfer? And what are the implications of failing to adhere to TUPE implications?
- Avoid discriminating. In a discrimination situation, there's no maximum amount of compensation a tribunal can grant. This section includes advice on how to create an inclusive workplace, and how to correctly handle discrimination complaints.
- Training your staff. Why an effective staff training programme is crucial for protecting your business.
Summary, further information and getting it wrong. What are the financial implications of getting your employment obligations wrong?
This course also features lots of additional resources, including:
- letter templates and consent forms you can use when investigating a sickness absence
- a step-by-step plan for correctly initiating, conducting, and concluding a disciplinary meeting or hearing
- a step-by-step guide to successfully dealing with an employee grievance.
- a redundancy procedure checklist, so you can check whether you're dealing with a genuine redundancy situation
- a case study that explores some of the course's HR and employment issues in more detail.
This course is presented by Jay Bhayani, Managing Director of Bhayani HR and Employment Law.
- This course is ideal for anyone who runs a business, who employes staff, is in a management position, works in HR or Law or is looking to take a course to catch-up on HR Law developments.
In this course, Managing Director of Bhayani HR & Employment Law, Jay Bhayani, provides a comprehensive introduction to HR and employment law.
Whether you're expanding an existing business or starting a new one, employing more people is exciting. But what are the legal implications? And what happens if you get it wrong?
By completing this course, you'll get lots of tips, advice and additional downloadable resources, to help you keep your business safe.
If you don't provide your employees with the correct literature, you may need to provide compensation further down the line.
As you saw in the previous video, a grievance is where an employee has an issue with their employer. This section covers disciplinaries - where the employer has an issue they want to raise with the employee.
This video covers the 4 steps you should take to properly start, conduct and conclude disciplinary proceedings.
TUPE transfers is a complicated area of employment law where existing employees are acquired along with a business or a change of service provider.
This video provides an introduction to TUPE transfers and outlines the consequences of failing to adhere to TUPE implications.
One of the best ways of protecting your business against a claim is to ensure all your staff receive the correct training. This video explains how an effective staff training programme can help you in a tribunal situation.