An intensive one-day In-house programme completing your knowledge on best practice and employment law requirements for the HR assistants team.
The breadth of the role of the HR assistant is constantly increasing, making the role ever more challenging. It is vital that the effective HR assistant stays up-to-date with ALL employment law issues and best practice skills. Any mistakes in this area can be costly to the organisation. With this in mind Falconbury have developed this In-house programme, which focuses on the extended issues faced by HR assistants in busy HR department on a regular basis.
A unique case study has been developed specifically for this programme. Throughout the course participants will work in groups on exercises based around a pseudo organisation. They will examine and resolve specific HR issues that are present within the company and reflect real-life scenarios. This will give the group the opportunity to apply the knowledge they have learnt in a practical context during the programme and receive structured feedback and guidance from the expert trainer.
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CASE STUDY-EXERCISE 1
Participants will investigate high levels of sickness and absence in a division and propose how to manage this
CASE STUDY-EXERCISE 2
Participants will examine and respond to a claim for equal pay
Legislation and pay
CASE STUDY-EXERCISE 3
Participants consider how to manage the performance of someone whose performance is unsatisfactory
CASE STUDY-EXERCISE 4
Participants consider the criteria to be used in determining redundancies
CASE STUDY-EXERCISE 5
Participants consider the right to time off in several different scenarios
Anne Knell, MA, FCIPD is a partner in Newways 90, an HR consultancy offering a broad range of personnel advice and support to clients in all sectors of business. She was previously with Arthur Andersen working with clients on HR and employment law related issues. She gained her personnel experience at Morphy-Richards and CheseboroughPonds and also headed up the courses department for the National Institute of Industrial Psychology. She is the executive editor of Gee’s Personnel Manager’s Factbook and the Reward and Recognition Handbook.
This course qualifies for the following CPD programmes: