Topics Covered:

 

  • Employment Tribunal Claims

  • Adoption Leave and Pay

  • Age Discrimination

  • Age Legislation and Retirement Age

  • Data Protection

  • Disability Discrimination

  • Discipline and Grievance Procedures

  • Discrimination and Deciding Who to Employ.

  • Managing Absence and Sickness

  • Dismissal Due to Illness

  • Dismissal on Conduct and Capability Grounds

  • Dismissing an Employee Fairly

  • Eligibility to Claim Unfair Dismissal

  • Employment Status

  • Equal Pay

  • Equality Act 2010

  • Family Friendly Provisions

  • Fixed Term Employment Contracts

  • Maternity Leave and Pay

  • Employing Part-Time Staff

  • Paternity Leave and Pay

  • Public and Bank Holidays, Time Off and Pay

  • Redundancy

  • Employee References

  • Stress at Work

  • Employment Contract - Terms & Conditions

  • Transfer of Undertakings (TUPE)

Topics Covered:

 

To

Topic

Topics Covered:

 

  • Employment Tribunal Claims

  • Adoption Leave and Pay

  • Age Discrimination

  • Age Legislation and Retirement Age

  • Data Protection

  • Disability Discrimination

  • Discipline and Grievance Procedures

  • Discrimination and Deciding Who to Employ.

  • Managing Absence and Sickness

  • Dismissal Due to Illness

  • Dismissal on Conduct and Capability Grounds

  • Dismissing an Employee Fairly

  • Eligibility to Claim Unfair Dismissal

  • Employment Status

  • Equal Pay

  • Equality Act 2010

  • Family Friendly Provisions

  • Fixed Term Employment Contracts

  • Maternity Leave and Pay

  • Employing Part-Time Staff

  • Paternity Leave and Pay

  • Public and Bank Holidays, Time Off and Pay

  • Redundancy

  • Employee References

  • Stress at Work

  • Employment Contract - Terms & Conditions

  • Transfer of Undertakings (TUPE)

s Covered:

 

  • Employment Tribunal Claims

  • Adoption Leave and Pay

  • Age Discrimination

  • Age Legislation and Retirement Age

  • Data Protection

  • Disability Discrimination

  • Discipline and Grievance Procedures

  • Discrimination and Deciding Who to Employ.

  • Managing Absence and Sickness

  • Dismissal Due to Illness

  • Dismissal on Conduct and Capability Grounds

  • Dismissing an Employee Fairly

  • Eligibility to Claim Unfair Dismissal

  • Employment Status

  • Equal Pay

  • Equality Act 2010

  • Family Friendly Provisions

  • Fixed Term Employment Contracts

  • Maternity Leave and Pay

  • Employing Part-Time Staff

  • Paternity Leave and Pay

  • Public and Bank Holidays, Time Off and Pay

  • Redundancy

  • Employee References

  • Stress at Work

  • Employment Contract - Terms & Conditions

  • Transfer of Undertakings (TUPE)

pics Covered:

 

  • Employment Tribunal Claims

  • Adoption Leave and Pay

  • Age Discrimination

  • Age Legislation and Retirement Age

  • Data Protection

  • Disability Discrimination

  • Discipline and Grievance Procedures

  • Discrimination and Deciding Who to Employ.

  • Managing Absence and Sickness

  • Dismissal Due to Illness

  • Dismissal on Conduct and Capability Grounds

  • Dismissing an Employee Fairly

  • Eligibility to Claim Unfair Dismissal

  • Employment Status

  • Equal Pay

  • Equality Act 2010

  • Family Friendly Provisions

  • Fixed Term Employment Contracts

  • Maternity Leave and Pay

  • Employing Part-Time Staff

  • Paternity Leave and Pay

  • Public and Bank Holidays, Time Off and Pay

  • Redundancy

  • Employee References

  • Stress at Work

  • Employment Contract - Terms & Conditions

  • Transfer of Undertakings (TUPE)

 

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The expansion of the Employment Rights Act and the Disability Discrimination Act, and the introduction of all the further recent anti-discrimination legislation (age, sexual orientation etc.), have had a considerable effect on how employers must run their businesses and look after their employees.

Other changes that can seriously affect how employers deal with employees include the introduction of statutory disciplinary and grievance procedures and the introduction of flexible working rights.

Nearly every year we see a rise in the number of applications made to Employment Tribunals. In 2011 this figure was 831,000.

If you need legal advice regarding any topic featured on this web site, contact us today for qualified HR professional and impartial employment advice. . DISCLAIMER

he expansion of the Employment Rights Act and the Disability Discrimination Act, and the introduction of all the further recent anti-discrimination legislation (age, sexual orientation etc.), have had a considerable effect on how employers must run their businesses and look after their employees.

Other changes that can seriously affect how employers deal with employees include the introduction of statutory disciplinary and grievance procedures and the introduction of flexible working rights.

Nearly every year we see a rise in the number of applications made to Employment Tribunals. In 2011 this figure was 831,000.

If you need legal advice regarding any topic featured on this web site, contact us today for professional and impartial employment law advice. We have a national panel of employment solicitors who you are free to

 

HR Consultants  who provide their services will charge around £200-£500 a day. Solicitor charges are not cheap. For a small annual fee we can offer upto £5000 worth of consultancy when and if you need it. This will give you  much needed peace of mind, so you can concentrate on your business. HR Issues can potentially distroy your business. With enough members we can ensure all small businesses benefit from this scheme.
 
 

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