This course is one of the modules that form part of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Level 5 Intermediate Award/Certificate in Human Resource Management.
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What you'll learn on the course
Recent decades have seen a substantial increase in the extent to which the employment relationship in the UK, Eire and the EU is regulated through employment legislation. As a result, HR professionals are now obliged to take account of legal requirements in different jurisdictions when carrying out many central aspects of their role. They are also obliged to take responsibility for the defence and settlement of claims lodged with employment tribunals by aggrieved employees or former employees. The purpose of this unit is to introduce the major areas of employment legislation and the employment law system, focusing in particular on ways in which day-to-day HR activities are subjected to some form of regulation. The unit is intended to provide you an overview, rather than to focus in detail on the operation of specific employment laws, for those who need to understand and be able to evaluate emerging developments in the management of the employment relationship in local and international jurisdictions. On completion of this module, you will: Understand the purpose of employment regulation and the way it is enforced in practice Know how to manage recruitment and selection activities lawfully Know how to manage change and reorganisation lawfully Know how to manage issues relating to pay and working time lawfully Be able to ensure that staff are treated lawfully when they are at work Know how to manage performance and disciplinary matters lawfully.