Employment Law for Line Managers - Recruitment, Pay and Retention

HR Toolkits



£99 inc VAT
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Study method
Online, self-paced
2 hours
No formal qualification

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This toolkit introduces you to the major areas of employment legislation and the employment law system. You’ll find out the key aspects you have to adhere to and be aware of as a line manager or small business owner when dealing with recruitment and selection and pay and working hours. You’ll also explore the lawful treatment of employees.


Module 1 – Management of recruitment and selection

Get an insight into holding interviews and managing recruitment and selection activities lawfully. You’ll find out all you need to know to make sure you’re following the law on discrimination, contract law and cases where there has been a breach of contract.

Module 2 – Lawful management of pay and working time

You’ll look at how to manage issues relating to pay and working time lawfully. This includes understanding the laws around working time issues, family friendly rights and all the legal rights relating to pay.

Module 3 – Lawful treatment of staff

Ensure that you’re treating your team lawfully when they are at work. You’ll explore key issues surrounding:
Health and safety at work
Discrimination laws
Employees obligations
Employer obligations
Constructive dismissal

Who is this course for?

This toolkit has been specially designed to provide managers, or small business owners with the essential HR regulatory knowledge and skills they need to effectively manage their people.



Career path

Option to upgrade to a formal CIPD Qualification for an additional cost.

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