CIPD Law on Tour

Short Course
Duration: 1 day   /   Level: General   /   Suitable for in-house

The incredibly popular CIPD Law on Tour returns to a location near you in October 2017. Attend one of our highly-engaging and fast-paced one-day workshops to ensure you’re up-to-date with the latest developments in the fast-moving world of employment law.

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Learn how to tackle your employment law challenges in just one day

The minority government following the general election takes businesses into a further period of uncertainty. But, if the number of Parliamentary inquiries and Government reviews carried out before the election is anything to go by, workers’ rights will remain in the spotlight for the foreseeable future.

So, the CIPD Autumn Law on Tour sessions will report on the latest developments, including potential employment issues emerging from the Brexit negotiations. We’ll also update you on the latest legislation and case law, and show you how to manage the most challenging individual and collective employee relations issues that arise every day in workplaces.

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Who is it for

Law on Tour is recommended for HR practitioners who need to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in employment law.

Benefits
  • Learn how to tackle your employment law challenges in just one day
  • Ensure you’re up-to-date with the latest developments in the fast-moving world of employment law
  • Workshops at a location near you – make the best use of your time and network with local professionals
  • A day with some of the UK's leading employment law experts – a great opportunity to get your questions answered
  • Get what you need to plan ahead for changes that may affect your business
  • Save time back at work with practical guides and templates you can take away.
Programme

You’ll learn how to:

 

  • participate in effective pre- and post-claim conciliation, and settlement
  • undertake a professional and safe workplace investigation
  • undertake individual and collective consultations on redundancy and contract changes
  • carry out a fair redundancy process
  • manage probation periods effectively and fairly
  • dismiss fairly for misconduct, poor performance or third party pressure
  • develop and implement a fair and reasonable ‘relationships at work’ policy
  • report on and explain your organisation’s gender pay gap
  • handle union recognition requests.
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