CIPD- Employment Law Assignment

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CIPD- HR Management and employmentlaw
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYCIPD is a professional association for the human resource management professionals.This is an NPO which ensures better working lives in organisations along with settingbenchmark for excellence for people and organisational development. The employment lawgoverns the all the rights provided to employees at workplace which includes an equal andlawful treatment, ensures an equal pay and working hours. Dispute between employer andemployees can be settled without going to court through Alternative dispute resolution.Discrimination in employment means to treat someone less favourable in comparison withsomeone else due to the personal characteristic of that person such as gender, age, religion etc. Acontract between an employer and employee is called as employment contract. The contract is anagreement for employer and employee which states the term of the contract.the employee muststate the reason why for the change in terms of contract and of they have a statutory power theycan insist on the change. The employees of an organisation whose business owners’ changes areprotected under the transfer of undertaking regulations (TUPE). the employees of an organisationwhose business owners’ changes are protected under the transfer of undertaking regulations(TUPE). Implied duties are for an employer is to provide a secure, safe and healthy workenvironment to its employees.
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................11. Understanding the purpose of employment regulations and its enforcement in practice...12. Management of recruitment and selection activities lawfully............................................23. Management of reorganisation and changes......................................................................64. Management of issues related with pay and working time...............................................85. Ensure lawful treatment of employees at work................................................................106. Lawful management of performance and disciplinary matters........................................11CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................12REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13BIBLIOGRAPHY..........................................................................................................................14
INTRODUCTIONCIPD is a professional association for the human resource management professionals.This is an NPO which ensures better working lives in organisations along with settingbenchmark for excellence for people and organisational development. In an organisation thework is done by the employees and workers so they are a very essential part of a business. Theemployee and workers are the termed as human resource of an entity. To manage them means toprovide them a healthy and positive work environment along with enforcement of employmentrights available to them. In the present report a detailed discussion is carried about theemployment regulation and its enforcement in practical world. The matters discussed in thisreport are related with the discipline, performance at workplace along with lawful treatment ofemployees in relation to pay and work timings.MAIN BODY1. Understanding the purpose of employment regulations and its enforcement in practice1.1 Aims and objective of employment regulation:The employment regulation regulates the employer and employee relationship. It governsthe exaction of the employer from its employee, and what an employer can ask an employee todo along with the rights of the employees. The employment law governs the all the rightsprovided to employees at workplace which includes an equal and lawful treatment, ensures anequal pay and working hours. The regulation also includes matter related with health and safety,maternity and paternal rights, discrimination, discipline, grievance at workplace.The regulation is an integral part of every organisation as it ensures an equal treatment toemployees in all the aspects of workplace(Druce, and et.al., 2017). Along with this it providesthe employer a right to tell them exactly what is exacted form them by telling them what to do.1.2 Role of tribunals and courts in enforcement of employment law:There are many roles of employment tribunal and courts but the primary role is to solvethe disputes that arises between employers and employees. Need for employment tribunal andcourt arises for equality in employment and in the workplace and this the main also for theformation of employment tribunal and courts. It was established in the UK. In simple andspecified manner we can say that the role is to make decisions and to hear the disputes regarding;unfair, wrongful dismissal, discrimination claims and equal pay, deduction, redundancy claims1
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