Explain the aims and objective of employment regulation
2 & 3
Describe the role played by the tribunal and courts system in enforcing employment law
Explain how cases are settled before and during legate procedures
Describe when and how a contract can be changed lawfully
Explain the main requirements of redundancy law
Explain the main requirements of the law Business Transfers
Identify the major requirements of Health and Safety Law
Explain the significance of implied duties as regards the management of employees at work
Explain the principles of the law on freedom of association
References & Bibliography
13 & 14
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When discussing Grievance and the law Goold V McConnell states “However, employers who not have a formal grievance procedure can fall foul of the law”. Gennard, J, Judge, G 1997, Pg389
If the employee/employer complaint hasn’t been solved and the employee does not want to make a tribunal claim, there are still other ways in which complaints can be tackled
Private Mediation- This is an impartial third party that help two or more people reach an agreement in a dispute.
Private Arbitration - Arbitration involves an impartial outsider being asked to make a decision on a dispute. Arbitration is voluntary, so both sides must agree to go to arbitration; they should also agree in advance that they will abide by the arbitrator's decision.
The cost during legal proceedings can prompt a settlement along with other reasons. The process of discovery—in which both sides seek information from each other—can cause embarrassment because considerable personal and financial information must be released. Legal proceedings can also have a harmful impact on the public reputation of the parties. Employers, for example, sometimes settle Sexual Harassment claims in order to avoid unwanted media exposure or damage to employee morale.
Employment law is in place to protect both the Employee and the Employer. ACAS and the Court system ensure that employees have an opportunity to enforce their rights if they have been violated. A Grievance Process must