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Termination of Employment Certification

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Price
£99 inc VAT
Or £33.00/mo. for 3 months...
Study method
Online
Duration
3 hours · Self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
3 CPD hours / points
Additional info
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CPD

3 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Certification Service

Description

Termination of Employment Certification
Terminating employment is an unfortunate part of any manager’s job. While you may strive to only recruit the best staff, the reality is that not everyone is a good fit for your company or its needs. After you go through disciplinary measures and put staff through coaching, there is a point where you simply need to move on.

This is a very difficult task job, one that many managers actively avoid, which can put a strain on the rest of the office. Learning about the legal and practical aspects of employee termination can help make the process easier.

This course goes into detail about each aspect of employee termination. It begins by giving you a brief overview of the legal aspects that you need to keep in mind, when considering termination of employment.

Next, it covers the financial implications of dismissing an employee, helping you understand the costs involved.

The level of involvement that your human resources department should have is also discussed in detail.

Finally, we review the more practical aspects of termination of employment, giving you the tools that you need, in order to have that conversation.
You will Learn:

The reasons for fair dismissal
Information regarding required notice periods, including statutory and contractual ones
The steps that your human resources department needs to take, before you can terminate employment
Why there is paperwork required, and what you should prepare before your meeting
How to tell a staff member that they have been dismissed
Who should be with you in that meeting

Benefits of taking this Course:

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Understanding the difference between fair and unfair dismissal
Learning what constructive dismissal is, so you can avoid it, where possible
Understanding why you may wish to offer dismissed employees extra pay or extended benefits
When you should contact security, in order to escort a dismissed employee off the premises
How to inform the remaining staff of the change in personnel

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Who is this course for?

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

Requirements

The course does not require any pre-knowledge to pursue the course. And it is compatible with any kind of device. You will get the same experience in learning whether you are using Windows, Mac, a smartphone or tablet. You can access the course materials with any kind of connection, from anywhere, without any limitation!

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What are CPD hours/points?

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