What does onboarding new managers look like in your organisation? How do you make sure they know and understand compliance when following people related policies and procedures?

Do you have a process of onboarding already, or do you expect new managers to pick it up as they go along?

Gif of person icon going up an escalator to represent onboarding managers in your organisation.

It’s important to start off this new venture, whether your manager is new to leading or just to your organisation, with best practices in compliance straight away.

Each of our online sessions takes your managers through key employee policies and procedures, so they need to know and understand what they need to do to be compliant.

Managers are also asked to complete knowledge tests, one in the middle and one at the end, to enable confirmation that they have understood their requirements and expectations. Once they have successfully completed each module, they get a certificate which you can retain for your records.

Designed to complement the employee session, the Manager course covers both what the employee needs to do (as outlined in the employee session) and also what they need to do as the Manager to ensure both they and employee understand their respective obligations.

Our Current Manager Courses Cover:

This e-learning course will give your managers the tools to recruit the best fit candidates. It aims to explain the processes to follow for recruitment and selection to enable successful matching and legal and procedural compliance, including in relation to diversity and inclusion. Using our course for new managers or those new to recruiting will not only make sure your organisation stay compliant, but it can also enhance your employer brand.

This course is designed to give an overview and basic awareness of the law in relation to equality, diversity, and inclusion. It will explain the law, define what discrimination, bullying and harassment are, what you need to do to stay compliant and how to respond if an incident occurs, from a manager’s perspective.

This course explains the essentials on how to manage sickness absence in line in line with employment law and best HR practice. It is designed so that managers know and understand the procedure they must follow and what is expected of the employee. It covers how what they need to do to if an employee is unable to attend work due to sickness, knowing when absence is a cause for concern, conducting a return-to-work interview, and the procedure to be followed if formal action around either long- or short-term absence is contemplated.

This course will explain what the employee session covered and from the Managers perspective, it will also outline how to handle disciplinary and grievance issues. It will cover the general rules and expectations they need to ensure employees adhere to, how to resolve issues informally, the procedure for resolving grievances and disciplinary matters formally, and recording keeping.

Coming Soon to the Talent Development Hub

GDPR Training

This e-learning course explain what GDPR is and what organisation and managers need to do to remain compliant, as well as what to do if they suspect a data breach may have occurred or what to do if a subject access request is received.

Statutory Employee Handbook Training

This course is designed for employees and is aimed at making sure you are familiar with and understand the provisions contained in the employee handbook to ensure you are always compliant with it.

More topics will be added in the forthcoming months to cover further policy and procedure aspects of the employee lifecycle.

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