As the managing partner, in house practitioner or employment solicitor in private practice you will be aware of employment law and the corresponding applicable regulations and case law. You will have full access both to resources and others who can discuss any grey areas with you.
The problem is that this knowledge needs to be put into practice as you develop and implement a procedure. It's not enough, for example, to produce a ready written recruitment policy at 9.00am and hope that everyone will follow this from 9.05am. Instead, there is a lot of work involved to ensure that at the drafting, development and implementation stages you create an effective policy and procedure for your workplace.
Whether you are:
-responsible for development and implementation within your workplace or are
-the lawyer advising your clients about effective development and implementation
-this course provides you with practical understanding and an effective toolkit.
Part One: Developing and Implementing HR Policies:
In this section we will look at how to develop and implement HR policies in general. You will look at the underpinning skills and knowledge required from a HR perspective.
Part Two: Implementing HR Policies:
In this section we will look at particular policies and consider their impact including:-
We'll also briefly look at:
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