Managing the employment relationship effectively is a key part of the role of the human resources (HR) practitioner. This unit aims to introduce a number of aspects of this task and to provide an introduction to employment law within the context of employee relations. It starts with an explanation of the employment relationship and the key parties that are involved within it. It then focuses on different aspects of HR activity, looking at good practice and legal requirements within each activity. It is recognised that learners need to have a basic understanding of employment law to enable them to operate effectively, but given this is a broad and complex area, it is acknowledged that this unit only aims to provide learners with the basic knowledge and assumes no prior understanding of employment law.
On completion of this unit, learners will: 1. Understand the impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationship. 2. Understand the main individual rights that the employee has during the employment relationship. 3. Understand the issues to address at the termination of the employment relationship.
After this course you can decide go on to study the Level 3 Certificate in HR practice/L&D. If you have already completed this you may decide to move onto the Level 5 courses.
Is it for me?
This unit is suitable for persons who: • are aspiring to, or embarking on, a career in HR/L&D • are working in the field of HR/L&D in a support role and wish to develop their knowledge and skills • have responsibility for HR/L&D activities and decisions within an organisation without a specialist function • are wishing to develop the knowledge, skills and capabilities required to meet good practice and legal obligations relating to people at work
Start/End Time17:15 / 21:30
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Assessment for this unit is via a written assignment.
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