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Workplace Relations Commission Mock Adjudication Hearing

 

Workplace Relations Commission - Mock Adjudication Hearing

 

Date: Monday 8th April 2019

Location: Chartered Accountants Ireland, Dublin 2

 

Take a look at our previous Mock WRC Adjudication Hearing


 

Do you know how the Adjudication process works?


Adare Human Resource Management leading experts in Employment Law, Industrial Relations and best practice Human Resource Management, are delighted to invite you to our upcoming Workplace Relations Commission Mock Adjudication Hearing.

This event will provide you with a unique opportunity of first-hand experience from the comfort of your seat to learn directly from an Adjudication Officer and Senior ER/IR Practitioners. It will equip all attendees with the framework needed to navigate the adjudicating process and the confidence to effectively manage claims.


   Book Now

Limited places available, to book your place email:

marketing@adarehrm.ie 

or call (01) 5613594 


 

Adjudicating Participants:

Opening Address:

There will be an opening address from Kieran Mulvey (Former Director General of the Workplace Relations Commission and current Chairman of Adare Human Resource Management).


Adjudication Officer:

Pat Brady - Adjudication Officer at the Workplace Relations Commission

Pat currently holds a number of senior positions including: Director of Workplace Solutions, Chairman of Chambers Ireland, and Chairman of the Board at DIT Students Union Director, as well as holding previous positions at the Dublin Resolution Centre and Chief Executive at Associated Craft Butcher Ireland.

Pat was also an official at SIPTU for 17 years.

As an Adjudicator for the Workplace Relations Commission Pat’s role involves dispute resolution in the form of investigations, adjudication and arbitration. Adjudication Officers have the responsibility of hearing cases from parties at the WRC and deciding whether the complaint is well founded.

Pat is at the forefront of the newly established Workplace Relations Commission, and is one of the best placed individuals to adjudicate and discuss any outcomes which may arise from the Mock Workplace Relations Commission.

 

Katie Ridge- Head of Employer Relations, Adare Human Resource Management

Katie Ridge, Chartered MCIPD, Barrister at Law, has practical Human Resource experience combined with substantial employment law knowledge and workplace investigation know how. She has supported many Organisations by providing practical legal and professional advice and guidance.

Katie has a broad range of employment law experience specialising in workplace investigations, grievance and disciplinary matters, as well as representing Organisations in the Workplace Relations Commission and Labour Court.

Prior to joining Adare Human Resource Management, Katie has supported a diverse range of private, not-for-profit and public sector Organisations. She has worked as a barrister for 15 years in addition to her 10 years working within HR roles. 

Katie’s role is to support Adare Human Resource Management clients in the provision of timely and practical employment law advice and guidance.

 

Tommy Cummins - Head of Industrial Relations, Adare Human Resource Management

Tommy Cummins advises Adare Human Resource Management clients on significant and large scale industrial relations issues. Tommy regularly represents Organisations in the Workplace Relations Commission and the Labour Court.

In his role of Head of Industrial Relations, Tommy assists unionised and non-unionised Organisations in the design, development and delivery of Organisational change through an Employee Relations framework, including redefinition of established IR processes and introduction of Pay and Reward structures to drive tangible productivity gain within the Organisation.

Prior to working with Adare Human Resource Management, Tommy worked for over 25 years in a senior HR capacity within diverse multinational organisations such as Fujitsu Microelectronics, IBM and AXA Insurance.

Tommy’s achievements have been recognised within the fields of IR and HR when he was an invited speaker at previous IRN Conferences and also a Winner of the CIPD Watson Wyatt HR Innovation Award.

 

Book Now
Limited places available, to book your place email:

marketing@adarehrm.ie 

or call (01) 5613594



Details of the event are as follows:


Date: Monday 8th April 2019


Times:

1.30pm – Registration and Refreshments

2.00pm – Welcoming address presentation

2.15 - 3.30pm – Workplace Relations Mock Adjudication Hearing

3.30 - 4.00pm – Q & A with Adjudicator, Senior IR and ER Practitioners

4.00pm – Networking and Refreshments


Location: Chartered Accountants Ireland, 47 - 49 Pearse St, Dublin 2

 

Invitation: click here to view the full invitation. 

 

Pricing:

  Clients: (Adare HRM Current Clients)   For Non-Clients: 
Full rate    €215  €255
Early Bird (book by 8th March)  €195  €235
Charity Rate  €195  €195


Getting there:

There is no parking available at Chartered Accountants House however there are a number of public car parks in the city centre area all within a 10-15 minute walk. For a list of car parks close by, please click here.

Further information in relation to travel information such as DART and bus routes, click here.

 

Feedback from 2018 Workplace Relations Mock Adjudication Hearing:

“Thanks to all the team at Adare, another wonderful event today. It’s great to get insights and re-assurances that this is complex!!!! Look forward to the next one.”

“Thanks for yesterday’s mock hearing. It was really well done, I thought the voting was fascinating! Such an insight into where things are at. Lots of learning from it.”

“I thought the whole event was fantastically organised and executed, the mock case was very interesting and showed how not all cases are clear cut. Thanks for inviting me to attend.”

“I thought it was an excellent way to learn about the many complexities of HR and the need for clarity, transparency etc.”

 

Cancellations will incur the following charges:

Over 28 days – full refund

15-28 days - 50% of event fees

1-14 days - 100% of event fees

Cancellations must be received in writing prior to the event. Substitute delegates can be used and names changed on the day. No transfer to future events is permitted. No refund of fees or credit note allowed for withdrawal from the event for any reason.


 €195  €235