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The Complete HR: Onboarding and Termination of Employment Diploma


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15 hours · Self-paced
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15 CPD hours / points
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Managing an office is no easy task. Not only are you responsible for maintaining a peaceful and productive workplace, but you must also deal with everything from hiring new staff members to ensuring they are fairly treated, paid and compensated.

Termination of staff under certain circumstances is also one of your responsibilities. Without the proper training and knowledge beforehand, this job can quickly become overwhelming.

This course bundle goes over everything you need to know about running your office smoothly, effectively and efficiently. It walks you through your legal obligations from recruitment to termination while also giving you tips and strategies you can use to bring new staff members on board successfully.

Don’t leave the management of your office up to chance – enrol in this course bundle today.


15 CPD hours / points
Accredited by Centre of CPD Excellence


You Will Learn:

This office course bundle includes:

  • Calculate Net/Gross Pay
  • Dealing with HRMC in Relation to New Employees
  • Developing Compensation Packages
  • Developing Employees
  • National Minimum Wage
  • Onboarding Tools Best Practices
  • Onboarding Tools
  • Payroll – Legal Obligations
  • Termination of Employment
  • Understanding NI Contributions
Calculate Net/Gross Pay Course

While there are software packages available that can help you subtract the necessary deductions from all staff member’s salaries, it is still crucial for all payroll managers to understand which deductions must be made, what amounts you are required to remit to the HMRC, and how to do so properly.

This course reviews everything you need to know about calculating net pay from gross, and how to deal with necessary deductions.

Dealing with HMRC in Relation to New Employees Course

Whenever you hire a new employee, there are numerous rules and regulations set forth by the HMRC that you have to comply with. Failure to do so could result in serious fines and penalties.

This course gives you all the information you need to know about the HMRC’s new employee reporting requirements.

Developing Compensation Packages Course

A thorough and carefully crafted compensation package can make a world of difference. In many cases, it is the one obstacle separating you from your ideal employees.

Learn how to develop a compensation package your prospective staff members are going to find appealing without breaking the bank or blowing your company’s budget.

Developing Employees Course

Employees are only as successful as the effort managers put into training and developing them. Development means more than just having an annual review; it means learning about weaknesses and helping staff members strengthen existing skills.

This course gives you all the tools you need to create strong development programmes, improving morale, employee performance and your bottom line.

National Minimum Wage Course

All employers know they have to pay their staff a minimum wage set by the UK government. But did you know that the wage changes depending on your industry and the age of your staff?

Make sure you are paying everyone in your company a fair wage, and learn more about national minimum wage increases.

Onboarding Tools Best Practices Course

Onboarding is not as easy as it sounds, as there is a lot of work that goes into bringing on a new staff member and ensuring they work well with your existing corporate culture.

Learn about the best and most recommended practices in use by top organisations today.

Onboarding Tools Course

Successfully recruiting a new employee is a process that goes beyond interviewing applicants. Once you have extended a job offer to the perfect employee, you have to integrate them into your corporate culture.

Learn more about how onboarding works and why it is an important step.

Termination of Employment Course

It is never easy to let an employee go. Unfortunately, it is an unavoidable part of doing business.

This course goes over everything you need to know about terminating your staff, including timing, their legal rights and how to protect yourself against unfair termination claims.

Understanding NI Contributions Course

All employees and employers must make National Insurance contributions. Unfortunately, calculating them can be a complex process, with the rates varying depending on income level.

Learn more about how to determine what your NI contribution obligations are along with how this money is spent.

Benefits of Taking This Course
  • Learn how to run your office much more efficiently
  • Understand more about employee taxation, payroll and necessary deductions
  • If you are a manager or CEO, learn more about how to create attractive employment and compensation packages
  • If you are an HR manager, learn how to properly hire, onboard, develop and terminate staff while upholding employee rights
  • If you are an office manager, gain a better understanding of how to support your HR team and how to integrate new employees into existing staff structures

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