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Employment Law for Line Managers
Employment Law for Line Managers - 1-day course by CIPD training
This 1-day Employment Law for Line Managers course is designed to provide line managers with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively manage workplace issues in a confident and compliant manner.
The practical programme provides a comprehensive overview of the key areas of employment law and their implications for day-to-day situations in the workplace. By the end of the training, you will thus have the ability to:
- Understand the main principles of employment law
- Understand how employment law influences workplace decisions
- Address day-to-day scenarios according to legal best practice
- Resolve workplace issues in a fair, compliant manner
The course can also be tailored to organisational needs and delivered in-house for groups of staff.
Suitability - Who should attend?
This course is suitable for line managers or those with supervisory responsibilities who would like a better understanding of employment law. No prior knowledge of employment law is required.
Training Course Content
- the recruitment process - do's and don'ts
- the contract – offer, terms, clauses, express and implied terms
- immigration and vetting and barring
- references and medicals, what to be aware of
- pitfalls to avoid
- contractual issues
- employment status
- dealing with part-time, agency and fixed-term contract workers
Good working practices
- discrimination and protected characteristics
- direct and indirect discrimination
- harassment and bullying in the workplace
- compensation levels
- family matters - maternity, paternity, adoption and parental leave, flexible working requests
Difficult issues – a practical approach
- Short and long-term absenteeism
- poor performers
- email/internet/social media misuse
- misconduct in and out of work
- acting fairly and reasonably
Grievances and discipline
- what the law requires, the Acas Code of Practice, best practice, the right to be accompanied
- applying your organisation’s procedures
- what happens on appeal?
- what is wrongful, unfair and constructive dismissal?
- reasons for dismissal
- the cost of getting it wrong
- what are they?
- being a witness
- settling out of court.
- ACAS conciliation
- Settlement agreements
Course fees are as follows:
- Non-member: £545+ VAT
Member: £490 + VAT
This course can also be run in-house, where the content can be tailored to suit organisational needs, providing a cost-effective solution to group training needs.
Provider: CIPD Training
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