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Employment Law is one of the fastest changing areas of law and it is important that the Third Sector keeps abreast of these changes.
Mistakes and gaps in knowledge can lead to an employment tribunal claim. Last year, the average Unfair Dismissal claim cost almost £9,000 in compensation, and £22,000 in costs, which are generally not recoverable. Apart from the financial cost, the cost in terms of management time and stress can also be substantial. Bluntly, an unsuccessful tribunal case can result in severe damage to an organisation, and even in it having to close its doors.
Community Foundation's latest series of practical employment law training is designed to cover both the new areas of employment law, and the subjects which most often lead to disputes and legal claims.
Termination of Employment
Includes knowing how to dismiss lawfully, and the correct procedure for carrying out redundancies.
Volunteers and the Law
Includes how to manage your volunteers lawfully and whether volunteers have any employment rights, including discrimination rights.
Contracts, Policies and Procedures
Are your Employment Contracts and Policies legally compliant and up to date? Are they as effective as they can be in protecting your organisation?
Sickness Absence, Sick pay and Disability Discrimination Law
This session will demonstrate how to manage staff on sick leave effectively, including making dismissals where appropriate. It will also cover your duties under disability discrimination law.
Equality Act 2010 and Review of Discrimination Law
Includes additional duties this places on employers, and the extended circumstances in which employees may bring a discrimination claim.
Downsizing and cutting employment costs
How to downsize and cut employment costs safely within the law and without ending up in an Employment Tribunal.
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