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The changing HR & Employment Law landscape and its impact on business - 1st March 2021

Adare Human Resource Management in association with Local Enterprise Office will provide practical advice and insights on the pros, cons and unintended consequences of new ways of working.

The health crisis has forced many businesses to re-think or re-align their overall business strategy to best ensure they remain competitive and agile.

Employers moved quickly to adapt to restrictions, implementing temporary changes to their staffing, their workplaces as well as their policies and procedures such as remote working.

But where to now for employers?

  • What do employers need to consider and plan for in light of the Government’s planned National Remote Working Strategy?

  • What will the business impact be with legislating for employees ‘Right to Disconnect’?

  • What changes will business need to consider in preparation for a post-Covid market – reorganisation; redundancy; different ways of working….?


These topics and more will be covered by Derek McKay, Managing Director at Adare Human Resource Management, who will provide practical advice and insights on the pros, cons and unintended consequences of new ways of working as well as updating on the relevant employment legislation.

The presentation will be delivered virtually via Zoom and registration can be done
HERE.




Presenter:

Derek McKay, BBS, Chartered MCIPD, is Managing Director of Adare Human Resource Management, one of Ireland’s leading HR, Employment Law, Industrial Relations and Health & Safety consultancies. Derek has over 20 years’ experience across a broad range of industries in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. www.adarehrm.ie

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Event Details:

Date: 1st March 2021

Time: 3.00pm - 5:00pm

Location: Virtual event



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