Employment Law CPD Courses

Employment Law CPD Courses

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Equal pay

 
"So, you think you know about: Equal pay"

If you work in employment practice and advise clients making equal pay claims or employers who are defending them, this course will set out the key elements of the Equality Act 2010, including the importance of the comparator of the opposite sex. The criteria for a successful claim are set out together with defences and remedies. The discussion of equal pay audits will be important for employment professionals working for larger employers and and advising them.

This course starts with a short (five minutes) topic recording which covers the following: Equality Act 2010; the equality clause; the comparator; criteria; material factors; secrecy clauses; pay audits; enforcement. We then go into more detail reviewing the key sections of the Equality Act 2010 and important case law where you will be given questions to help you reflect on what you have learnt so far.

Lastly you will be given a real world example discussing the use of equal pay audits.


Price:
Members: £49 +VAT  
Non-members: £89 +VAT  

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Redundancy

 
"So, you think you know about: Redundancy"

If you are responsible for advising employers who are planning redundancies and consulting with employees and trade unions, this course will guide you through the legal requirements. Similarly, you will be able to advise employees and their trade unions during consultations, as well as calculating statutory redundancy payments.

The course starts with a short (three minutes) topic recording which covers the following:

- what is redundancy
- the qualifying requirements for redundancy pay
- the procedure for handling redundancies
- and the time limit for claims and the calculation of payments.

We then go into more detail reviewing the policy reasons for redundancy legislation and the grounds. We will look at the qualifying requirements for receiving redundancy pay before reviewing the procedures for handling redundancies, including consultation requirements. We will discuss the time limit for claims and how redundancy payments are calculated. Finally we will look at a case study discussing a controversial dispute over consultation rights.

Price:
Members: £49 +VAT  
Non-members: £89 +VAT  

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