12 July 2016
Osborne recently held another of our complimentary Breakfast Briefings covering:
Early Observations from the Workplace Relations Commission & Employment Legislation and Case Law – what is happening in 2016 and where Organisations are falling short.
Date: Tuesday 12 July 2016
Time: Registration: 7:45am (and a light breakfast)
Seminar: 8am – 9.30am
Location: City North Hotel, Gormanston, Co. Meath
Speaker: Derek McKay, Managing Director, Adare Human Resource Management
HR Professionals, Business Owners and Managers are all too aware of the on-going challenges in the area of Employment Law. With the changes to existing legislation, new Acts being introduced and the sheer volume of case law, it can be extremely difficult for any Organisation to keep on top.
Against the backdrop of the newly established Workplace Relations Commission, Employers in Ireland are faced with a new set of considerations. This new structure will permanently change the way Employees and Employers deal with Employment claims. The Commission promises to be a much more streamlined and effective system than that of the previous structures. In line with this Derek McKay discussed his observations and evaluation of Workplace Relations Commission, the policies and procedures your Organisation can put in place to negate future claims as well as the Irish Employment Law Landscape of 2016.
Our breakfast briefing covered:
- Early Observations from the Workplace Relations Commission – What is different & what HR Practitioners need to know
- The Employment Law Landscape 2016 – What is changing: employment legislation, case law & future developments in this area
- Where Organisations are falling short – Adare Human Resource Management share their insight
Derek McKay, BBS, Chartered MCIPD, is an experienced Human Resource and Employment Law practitioner who has worked extensively in both the private and public sectors. Prior to setting up Adare Human Resource Management in 2003, Derek worked in the Human Resource Departments in a number of multinational organisations.
Adare Human Resource Management are one of Ireland’s best-known and respected providers of Employment Law, Industrial Relations and best practice Human Resource Management services. Adare Human Resource Management is an Irish Company with a unique knowledge of the needs of Irish business – as well as the experience, expertise and dedication to excellence required to fulfil them. Derek’s role involves overseeing the Employment Law support services and HR Management Consultancy services provided to clients across a wide range of sectors by the team of consultants within Adare Human Resource Management. Derek regularly speaks at seminars throughout the country on HR and Employment related topics and contributes to numerous publications in this area also.
To find out more about this breakfast briefing or to register for Osborne’s next complimentary breakfast briefing for employers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Maria on 041 986 5058.