Why choose Nigel French and Associates as your learning provider?
• High quality training at competitive rates
• Well connected locations with first class facilities
• Spaces limited to maximise learning
• Half day courses available
• Fully qualified HR and Legal practitioners with many years training and practical workplace experience
• Flexible delivery with workshop and group interaction to maximise learning experience
• Comprehensive and up-to-date course materials to assist with implementation of learning in your workplace
• Contribution towards your CPD for 2016.
3 training courses found
Indicative course Content: Employment status including agency workers Contracts of employment including the Working Time Regs. (1998) Absence and performance management Unfair dismissal, practice and procedure Redundancy and TUPE Discrimination and effects of the Equality Act (2010) Health and safety (outline only) and ‘stress’ cases Employment Tribunals and settlements.
Indicative course Content: The legal significance of workplace discipline and grievance procedures, and their relationship with the best practice advocated through the ACAS codes The five statutory potential fair dismissals The effective investigation of allegations of misconduct, including the important ‘Burchell’ test Separation of powers; who investigates, who hears the disciplinary and who hears any appeal against the sanction? How to identify and respond to grievances Investigation of grievances including those against managers, and procedural steps to be taken ‘Overlapping issues’. How do you manage the grievance that is about the disciplinary itself? Advice on the conduct of meetings and representation in hearings Burden and standard of proof in misconduct cases explained Appropriate sanctions, including warnings etc Practical resolutions to grievances leading to successful outcomes.
Indicative course Content: Employment status including agency workers Contracts of employment including the Working Time Regs (1998) Absence and performance management Unfair dismissal, practice and procedure Redundancy and TUPE Discrimination and impact of the Equality Act (2010) Health and safety (outline only) and ‘stress’ cases Employment Tribunals and settlements. Who is it for? Those new to the world of HR in more junior roles looking to develop an understanding of the law regulating the employment environment, from recruitment to workplace disputes and termination of contract Professionals with people management responsibilities wishing to learn how to reconcile the needs of the organisation with the competing rights of employees Small business owners who employ staff or will be potentially engaging personnel.