Allaying your Employment Law Concerns
Many ‘not for profit’ companies in the sport sector are considering how to employ staff and the coalition government’s ‘Big Society’ concept encourages this trend. However, many smaller organisations such as sports clubs and community organisations are concerned about their responsibilities to support staff under regularly changing employment law.
To overcome these concerns, Podium has developed a range of short employment law workshops, delivered by qualified HR specialists providing straightforward support and advice and dispelling myths around employing people.
“The workshop on Employment Law Updates went very well and the Board members were really positive in their responses. The tutor, Fiona was excellent and managed to pitch workshop to include everyone. Thank you to Podium for organising. We would recommend Podium Training & Development to other organisations.”
Sue Hough - Chief Executive, Dorset Football Association
Recruitment and Interviewing – finding the right person for the job
- Interviewing and Selection
- Offer letters
Induction – starting a member of staff
- Contracts of Employment
- Terms and Conditions of Employment, and Staff Handbooks
Employment – looking after a member of staff when they are working for you
- Minimum Wage
- Holidays and Sickness Absence
- Grievance and Disciplinary rules
- Personnel Records and Forms and Documentation
- Maternity and Paternity Rights
- Discrimination and Harassment
- Policies and Procedures
Leaving – what to do if a member of staff leaves or they need to be dismissed
- Dismissal procedures
- Notice periods and Payments
- Employment Tribunals
Contact Kathryn for more information or to discuss your requirements.