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CIPD Level 7 Employment Law Award with Stephen Taylor

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Why Study Employment Law?

In September 2016 we’ll be running our hugely popular Employment Law Module with Stephen Taylor one of the UK’s leading experts on the subject. If you’d like an introduction to studying at level 7 this could be the perfect way to try it out whilst gaining a CIPD award in a highly desirable subject.

Employment Law provides knowledge, understanding and skills required to brief organisations on the consequences of current and future developments in employment law, to give up-to-date, timely and accurate advice concerning the practical application of legal principles at work in different jurisdictions.

Stephen Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School and also a Chief Examiner for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). He previously taught at Manchester Business School, at Manchester Metropolitan University Business School and worked in a variety of HR management roles in the hotel industry and in the NHS. He teaches HRM and general management subjects as well as employment law at postgraduate and undergraduate level. Research interests include employee retention, the early careers of high achievers, occupational pensions and employment-related regulatory issues.

Previous Student Feedback

“I have SO much positive feedback for Stephen! Initially I was really happy that there was an Employment Law module being offered and even more excited when I saw who the new tutor was. Stephen had printed the slides for us in advance, all with case studies at the end of each section to discuss. (I particularly enjoyed this section!) He was clear and well paced and so knowledgeable! The book to accompany the module exactly follows his teaching. He is also very approachable and good humoured too”

Sarah West (2016)

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