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© Boardworks Ltd 2011 1 of 5 People in Business Employment law and HR procedures
© Boardworks Ltd 2011 2 of 5 Learning objectives In this presentation we will revise: employment laws grievance, disciplinary, recruitment and redundancy procedures. Icons key This icon indicates an activity that has been created in Flash. These activities are not editable. This icon indicates that teacher’s notes are available in the notes field.
© Boardworks Ltd 2011 3 of 5 Employment laws The directors and managers of a business or organization need to be aware of the various laws that relate to employing staff. These laws ensure that employees are protected from harm, discrimination and unfair practices. Do you know the names of any of these laws, and what they cover? Health and Safety at Work Act Sex Discrimination Act National Minimum Wage Act Disability Discrimination Act Equal Pay Act Employment Act
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