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UK Employment Law - Personnel Policies And Procedures - Level 4

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Course Curriculum Total Units : 116
1. Recruiting Staff
1.1 Recruiting Staff
1.2 Deciding Whether to Recruit
1.3 Preparing a Job Description
1.4 Preparing a Person Specification
1.5 How to Recruit
1.6 Application Form or Curriculum Vitae (CV)?
1.7 Interviewing
1.8 Other Selection Methods
1.9 Avoiding Discrimination in Selection
1.10 Making a Job Offer
1.11 Taking Up References
2. Writing Employment Contracts
2.1 Writing Employment Contracts
2.2 Deciding Whether Someone is an Employee
2.3 The Contract of Employment
2.4 Statement of Employment Particulars
2.5 Specific Contractual Clauses
2.6 Types of Contract
3. Paying Staff
3.1 Paying Staff
3.2 Deciding How Much to Pay
3.3 Job Evaluation
3.4 How Pay is Made Up
3.5 Pay Structures
3.6 Bonuses
4. Employee Benefits
4.1 Employee Benefits
4.2 Stakeholder Pensions
4.3 Shares and Share Options
4.4 Flexible Benefits
4.5 Taxation of Benefits
5. Performance Management
5.1 Performance Management
5.2 The Importance of Managing Performance
5.3 The Performance Management Process
5.4 Training and Development
5.5 Further Information
6. Dealing
6.1 Dealing
6.2 Planned Absences
6.3 Reducing Unplanned Absences
6.4 Dealing with Persistent Absence
6.5 Frequent Lateness and Unauthorized Absences
6.6 Company Health Check
7. Maternity
7.1 Maternity
7.2 Time off for Antenatal Care
7.3 Medical Suspension During Pregnancy
7.4 Maternity Leave
7.5 Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP)
7.6 Maternity Policy
8. Working Hours and Holidays
8.1 Working Hours and Holidays
8.2 Working Time Regulations 1998
8.3 Annual Holidays
8.4 Parental Leave
8.5 Sunday Working
8.6 Employment of School Children
8.7 Flexible Working Arrangements
9. Writing a Staff Handbook
9.1 Writing a Staff Handbook
9.2 Welcome to the Company
9.3 Background Information
9.4 Terms and Conditions of Employment
9.5 Disciplinary Procedure
9.6 Grievance Procedure
9.7 Confidential Information
9.8 Intellectual Property
9.9 Restrictions During and After Employment
9.10 Company Property
9.11 Equal Opportunities Policy
10. Personnel Records and Data Protecting
10.1 Personnel Records and Data Protecting
10.2 Personnel Records
10.3 Data Protection
10.4 Monitoring of E-Mails and Telephone Calls
11. Handling Organization Change
11.1 Handling Organization Change
11.2 Changes in Responsibilities
11.3 Changes to Organizational Structure
11.4 Changes to Processes and Procedures
11.5 Obtaining Commitment to Change
11.6 Introducing Participation
11.7 Relocation
11.8 Business Transfers
12. Handling Disciplinary Issues
12.1 Handling Disciplinary Issues
12.2 Disciplinary Rules
12.3 Disciplinary Procedure
12.4 Onducting a Disciplinary Hearing
12.5 Taking Disciplinary Action
12.6 Specific Disciplinary Situations
12.7 Appeals Against Disciplinary Action
13. Dealing with Grievances
13.1 Dealing With Grievances
13.2 Grievance Procedure
13.3 Handling a Grievance
13.4 Bullying and Harassment
14. Terminating Employment
14.1 Terminating Employment
14.2 Meaning of Dismissal
14.3 Dismissal With Notice
14.4 Notice by the Employee
14.5 Counter Notice
14.6 Withdrawing Notice
14.7 Pay During Notice
15. Dealing with Tribunal Cases
15.1 Dealing with Tribunal Cases
15.2 The Role of Employment Tribunals
15.3 How to Defend a Claim
15.4 Compensation for Unfair Dismissal
15.5 Unreasonable Claims
15.6 Review of a Tribunal’s Decision
16. Ensuring the Health, Safety
16.1 Ensuring the Health, Safety
16.2 General Responsibility
16.3 Enforcement of the Health and Safety at work ETC Act 1974
16.4 Safety Representatives
16.5 Safety Committees
16.6 Management of Health and Safety
16.7 First Aid
16.8 Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences
16.9 Smoking at Work
16.10 Health and Safety Regulations
17. Working with Trade Unions
17.1 Working with Trade Unions
17.2 The Role of a Trade Union
17.3 Recognizing a Trade Union
17.4 Employees’ Union Rights
17.5 Local Trade Union Representatives or Shop Stewards
17.6 Providing Information to Trade Unions
17.7 Handling Disputes
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