The aim of this course is to take you through the employment relationship, from beginning to end. It will be hands on with practical examples and reference to case-law. You will gain insight and knowledge on how to deal with HR matters from a legal perspective and you will have clear guidance on how to resolve any issues that occur at your place of work.
Topics include the Recruitment Process, Discrimination, Equality and Diversity, GDPR and HR, Disciplinary and Grievance and Terminating the Employee Relationship.
This course is for:
HR professionals who deal with employment law matters
Supervisors and Managers who deal with employment issues
Anyone wanting grow or start a career in HR or a Supervisory/Managerial Role
This course is delivered face-to-face in a classroom environment.
to obtain an understanding of the various employment laws
to help the attendees understand the importance of giving a contract ofemployment and to provide guidance on what needs to be documented. In addition, the training will address issues such as changing the terms and conditions of employment and the consequences of failing to provide a contract of employment.
to clarify what amounts to discrimination and what are the various grounds on which employees may rely on when claiming discrimination. This session will also help attendees be aware of potential discrimination claims and what needs to be in place to minimize the risk of being faced with a discrimination claim. During the training examples of cases will be put forward to help them understand further what constitutes discrimination.
to appreciate the benefits of diversity and learn best practices
to be able to resolve disputes effectively.
to obtain an understanding of the implications of the new General Data Protection and how to be compliant.
to get an understanding of the various reasons for terminating an employee’s employment as well as the procedures which must be followed including how to conduct internal investigations and following a disciplinary procedure. The training will also address the consequences of terminating an employment unfairly and the potential awards a Tribunal may award should an employee’s claim be successful and what needs to be done to avoid lawsuits.
Module 1: Recruitment Process
This lecture will cover the following:
The recruitment process (including job offers, interviewing and selection within the parameters of the law)
Roselyn has been practising law for the past 14 years. She graduated as a lawyer in 2002 and practised employment law with the Malta Employers’ Association until 2006, when she moved to the UK where she then set up her own boutique law firm, specialising in employment law. She concentrated primarily on disputes concerning employment matters and represented both employers and employees in Industrial Tribunal cases. Roselyn returned to Malta in 2011 and set up Twenty-one Law.