Assessment 5: Supporting Good Practice in

Assessment 5: Supporting Good Practice in Managing Employee Relations (3MER) Elective Unit for CHRP Learning outcomes: 1. Understand the impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationship. 2. Understand the main individual rights that the employee has during the employment relationship. 3. Understand the issues to address at the termination of the employment relationship. Activity – 3000 Words Investigate resources, such as the CIPD website, and write a guidance leaflet which covers key points of the areas detailed below: The impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationship, including: ï‚· 2 internal and 2 external factors which can impact on the employment relationship ï‚· 3 different types of employment status and 3 reasons why it is important to clearly determine an individual’s employment status. Employee rights during the employee relationship, including: ï‚· The importance of work life balance and related legislation concerning holidays, rest periods, working hours and night working ï‚· Family/parent-related legal support, including maternity leave, paternity leave, adoption leave and dependants leave ï‚· 2 reasons why employees should be treated fairly in relation to pay ï‚· The main points of equalities legislation including the concepts of direct and indirect discrimination, harassment and victimisation ï‚· The concept of the ‘psychological contract’ and examples of policies and procedures which can underpin this. Issues to be addressed at the termination of the employment relationship, including: ï‚· The differences between fair and unfair dismissal ï‚· The importance of exit interviews to both parties ï‚· The key stages to be followed in managing redundancies and the impact of redundancy on the whole organisation Please Note the Following Instruction Tutors can insist that students base and use illustrations from the organisation that they are currently employed in for the completion of ANY or ALL assignments. Students can be referred, if they do not follow this instruction. Students whom have recently changed roles or are not employed should discuss the options available with their tutor prior to commencing work on their assignments. Version 2 20/11/2015

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