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Human Resources Legal Requirements (Licensed Retail) E-Learning Programme

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This engaging module covers the key underpinning knowledge regarding human resources (HR) legal requirements within the UK’s Licensed retail sector. By completing this module, learners will be able to understand the key HR legal requirements of a business.

It has been developed in partnership with BII/BIIAB – the professional and awarding body for the licensed retail industry.

This programme consists of the following modules:

Module 1: Introduction

Module 2: Statement of Terms and Conditions of Employment

Module 3: National Minimum Wage

Module 4: Itemised Pay Statements

Module 5: Tax and National Insurance

Module 6: The Working Time Regulations 1998

Module 7: Employment of Children and Young Persons

Module 8: Sickness Benefit

Module 9: Time off Work

Module 10: Maternity & Paternity Rights

Module 11: Equality Act 2010

Module 12: Grievance Procedures

Module 13: Disciplinary Procedures

Module 14: Termination of Employment

Module 15: Transfer of Undertakings Regulations (TUPE)

Module 16: Summary

Module 17: End Test

It highlights the key areas of legislation to ensure your business is compliant with the law. It can also be used as comprehensive training tool for staff members to ensure they understand the law and procedures to follow.

The innovative programme is based on highly interactive multimedia screens comprised of text, 3D graphics, 2D/3D animation, audio, an interactive knowledge test and an end test. The programme is for a single user license.

Enables the learner to state the law with regard to national minimum wage.
Learner will be able to identify the law with regard to the issue of a statement of terms and conditions of employment.
Developed in partnership with BII/BIIAB (the professional and awarding body for the licensed retail industry.
Aimed at those running a business as we as managers and supervisors working within larger organisations.
Learners will be able to state the rights of staff to time off work and sickness benefit.


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