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CIPD – 3MER – Supporting Good Practice in Managing Employment Relations.
It is important when employing someone new to create a good working relationship from the beginning there are both internal and external factors that can impact and effect employment relationships. An internal factor could be a good benefits and incentives package if it is a desirable package it may create a hardworking staff force from the beginning of the employment, for example an enhanced maternity package could see you hold onto valued members of staff. The management style and employee progression are also internal factors if the company has a positive management style that enables them to build good relationships with the employees and they then recognise people who strive to better themselves and move up within the company will retain staff and create a happy and motivated team especially if they have been recruited after recent redundancies.
There are many external factors that can impact on the employment relationship for example the national minimum wage vs the national living wage as an organisation you may decide that paying the national living wage might create a better staff force and attract more talent. Another external factor could be trade unions this could put a strain on the employer/employee relationship if they are not managed properly. STEEPLE is a strategic planning tool that takes into account external factors. Steeple is an acronym for Social, Technological, Environmental, Economical, Political, Legal and Ethical. All these elements can effect a business and its needs. See point 1 Appendix.
There are three types of employment status, an employee, a worker or a business/Self-Employed, it is important for each party to understand under which employment status they are employed.
Employees have a contract of employment and have a right to Statuary Sick Pay, company…...

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