The employment landscape is fraught with regulatory risks and challenges that your business and talent need to overcome every day. Our courses have been developed by industry experts to ensure comprehensive coverage across the most up-to-date legislation recruiters need to know.
The programmes can be taken either on their own or as a package of two, three, or four, depending on your particular needs.
This course is aimed at any person who has, or will have, responsibility for reviewing, implementing, and maintaining compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This course is also suitable for any person within a business who processes personal data on a day-to-day basis in the delivery of their services, and wishes to increase their knowledge and understanding of GDPR. Book here
This programme covers the essential legislation that everyone working in recruitment should be aware of including; Employment Agencies Act, 2003 Conduct Regulations, contractual law, candidate and client terms, data protection, health and safety, discrimination and AWR. It also covers the key insurances you need to protect your business and legislation surrounding direct marketing. Book here
This programme will enable you to differentiate between employees, workers and the genuinely self employed. Covering the statutory rights involved with payment and benefits for both worked and employees. In addition the programme also covers family friendly and working time legal rights, the principles of employing or engaging young workers and the implications of the Agency Worker Regulations. Book here
This programme explains the different types of limited company contractor and the implications for contractors, the employment business and hirers, including the different types of contract terms involved in the supply of limited company contractors to hirers. This programme also discusses the practical element of IR35 and the tax implications of dealing with different types of limited company including Managed Service Companies, the obligations under the Conduct Regulations for opted out limited company contractors and how the Agency Worker Regulations apply to limited company contractors. Book here