Posted: January 25th, 2017
Demonstrate the ways in which European Union law affects the conduct of business in the United KingdomOutline and explain the contents of employment contracts and the legal liabilities of managers and directors. Demonstrate the ways in which European Union law affects the conduct of business in the United Kingdom. Identify and explain the main sources of law affecting businesses and policies relating to customers, related companies and employment. Identify the main sources of European Union (EU) Law and explain the following: 1) The restrictions placed on domestic judges by Article 267 TFEU – Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. 2) How the use of Art 267 could impact disputes concerning the conduct of businesses in the UK. Total: 33% of the marks for the report (ii) Identify the different forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), and state which forms of ADR are typically used for employment related disputes. Discuss the benefits of using ADR in employment related disputes, and the role ACAS occupies in resolving these disputes. Total: 33% of the marks for the report (iii) The Equality Act 2010 (EA 2010) brought together previous equality legislation and strengthened some of it. Employers have a duty to ensure that their employment practices comply with the law. Explain the following: 1) Who is protected by the EA 2010, 2) The different types of discrimination that are covered by the EA 2010. 3) What employers need to do to ensure a fair working environment and compliance under the EA 2010. Total: 34% of the marks for the report
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