Employee Relations and Employment Law

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Employee Law and Relations
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThis report will cover employment laws and human resource practices that isimplemented within Carling UK Ltd. It will cover different problems that arises in company andtheir solutions which is taken by Annabel in order to maintain smooth working environment. Shehas to undergo tough situations which she faced very well and also resolve all situation in rightmanner. She has implemented different HRM practices, models and employment laws in order toavoid any kind of discriminations with anyone.
Table of ContentsEXECUTIVE SUMMARY.............................................................................................................2INTRODUCTION..........................................................................................................................2TASK 1............................................................................................................................................21) Legal risks at Newcastle Office..............................................................................................2TASK 2............................................................................................................................................42) Critical evaluation of relative strengths of each case.............................................................4TASK 3............................................................................................................................................53) Steps to be taken in order to ensure equality..........................................................................5TASK 4...........................................................................................................................................64) Legal consequences relating to employment matters.............................................................6CONCLUSION...............................................................................................................................7RECOMMENDATIONS.................................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................91
INTRODUCTIONEmployment law is the law which is governing the relationship between an employer andemployee.There are various sources of employment law such as Federal and State Constitutions,Federal and State Statues and Regulations , Labour Laws, Common law, etc.Legal bodies haveenacted large number of legitimate laws which are beficial for staff members or workforcebecause all theemploymentprovisions are supporting them at workplace while performingassigned job role.Therefore, assignment is going to highlight various legal matters related withrelevant case in order to understand provisions which are enacted by legitimate bodies. Initially,legal riskwhichincurred at Newcastle office is going to expressed with the help of suitablescenario. Furthermore,employmentmatters are also outlined in the project for understandingvarious rights and authorities of staff members at workplace with the help of suitable examples.Federal and State Constitutions are the highest sources of employment laws and protectsthe rights of government employees. It ensures, that workers have access to their firstamendments rights (free speech), fourth amendment protection (freedom from unreasonablesearches and seizures) and their fifth Amendment rights (freedom from self incrimination).Federal and State Statues and Regulations modifies employment relationships bypreventing discriminating employment practices. Whereas, Labour laws refers to a set of statuesthat regulate labour management relations (Ouimet and Zarutskie, 2014).Employment contract is a type of contract which states rights and responsibilities ofemployers and employees and is the major basis of employment relationship. Most of thecontract does not need to be in written to be legally valid, but if they are then it is a better.Contract can vary by the mutual understanding of both parties.TASK 11) Legal risks at Newcastle Office.Carling UK Ltd is operating numerous care homes across the world and started theirbusiness twenty years ago. It is established in Birmingham and they have largest care home inthe area. From the last five years, they are experiencing rapid growth due to effective marketingpractices, good staff and satisfied customers. Annabel Handy is the director of Carling UK Ltdand is very efficient in her work. She is also known as ' a very hand on' director and is capable ofhandling things in good manner. Organisation is employing more than 500 employees2
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