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September 2018 Employment Law Newsletter

Adare Human Resource Management

Established in 2003, Adare Human Resource Management are Ireland’s leading expert and provider of Employment Law, Industrial Relations (IR), Human Resource Management (HRM) and Health and Safety Services.
  • HR Barometer Event - September 2018

    Sep 06, 2018
    How will you plan for the HR challenges in 2019? The HR Barometer Breakfast Briefing is a must-attend event on 18th September where Adare Human Resource Management will share the findings of the recent HR Barometer National Survey and their insight into what this means for HR Practitioners in 2019. To read more about this event, and how to attend, click here.
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  • Absence Management – What Employers need to be mindful of

    Sep 06, 2018
    Absence management and sick leave absenteeism can be complex issues with at times, no simple or instant fixes. Sick leave absence can occur as a result of a number of factors which need to be considered when looking to minimise sick leave absenteeism levels and increase attendance levels at work. The reasons for absence can vary and may relate to the Employee concerned, the work carried out by the Employee and the type of working environment in which they operate in.
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  • Case Law - Reviewed under the WRC

    Sep 06, 2018
    In this month’s newsletter the team at Adare Human Resource Management consider in detail a number of cases as adjudicated under the Workplace Relations Commission.
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  • Paternity Leave & Pay V’s Maternity Leave and Pay – is it discriminatory?

    Sep 06, 2018
    Paternity Leave is now in place one year as it came into effect as a statutory leave for Employees in all Organisations last September 2017. The Act has two main tenets: To entitle an Employee who is a “relevant parent” to 2 weeks leave from work to enable him or her to provide, or assist in the provision of, care to the child or to provide support to the relevant adopting parent or mother of the child, as the case may be, or both. The Act also entitles a surviving parent to avail of paternity leave on the death of a relevant parent. To provide for the granting of State Paternity Benefit to employees who meet the eligibility criteria for payment.
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