Avado 3MER Supporting Good Practice in Managing Employment Relations CIPD Level 3



Labor laws at the beginning of any business relationship is one of the most important pillars of work and is a key point for business success and is in the best interests of the employer and the worker. The employer and the employee often develop the relationship because of their common concerns for the success of the work leading to the formation of certain agreements signed by both parties. If there is good management properly managed by these relationships of actions, it will lead to business success and the result is satisfaction of employers and employees and the result is an increase in productivity. There may be some inconsistencies between the parties so these laws are developed to ensure that both the employer and the worker are working under agreed labor laws but there are internal and external factors that may affect any work environment such as

Working environment-

If the management method allows things to slip until you get a crisis affecting the work environment there will be more fatigue and employees who suffer from functional combustion often disappear instead of facing the problem especially if the management method combines company meetings with a change of blame rather than storming mental and solutions. Creative.


If the workplace is away from where the employee has stayed, it is considered a factor affecting the employees and the employee will always look for a place closer to the home

The employer must therefore retain employees by providing the right hours of work and transportation to a workplace so that employees come to work without feeling tired or delayed.

New technology: Recent changes and improvements in current technology systems can reduce job opportunities and reduce working hours, especially in technology system companies, which may affect current employees.


Government legal policies: The government can enact laws and regulations that restrict trade union activities, limiting the ability of employees to bargain and demand.


When an employer hires a new person or employee, it is up to him to hire him and hire him with his or her work condition. The employment status of the person determines the rights and responsibilities of the employee at work based on the agreed contract and thus determines what is required of the employer, the employees will have different rights and contracts depending on their employment status.

Types of employment status

Since the way people work is taking it in development with increased flexibility and larger options, they also have types of job status, yet there are still three main types of employment situation in which employees are often recruited.

The employee is the person who works under the terms of the agreed labor contract, which will cover the contract, although it is not limited to the terms of payment, annual leave and working hours. In order to be binding, the conditions must be written and submitted to the employee within two months of commencement of work. Although the contract can be formed from a combination of verbal and written terms that encompass employee rights fully and correctly.

-Independent contractors
Typically these jobs and contracts include electricians, painters, decorators, heating engineers and other people in similar professions.

Often a worker is any individual who works for an employer or organization, either under an employment contract or any other contract in which an individual undertakes to perform any work or services according to the contract.


There are some main indicators to determine whether or not you’re self-employed:

  • You run the business and are responsible for its success or failure.
  • You’re able to send someone else to do the work for you.
  • You set the price for the work and can decide how and when the work is done.
  • You use your own money to buy business assets and cover running costs.