The recent HR Barometer report shared by Adare Human Resource Management showed the current trend that conflict in the workplace has reduced during COVID-19. This has been reflected in a reduction in the number of cases referred to the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC). However, it is anticipated that as workplaces reopen and teams adjust to the new working arrangements, there will be an increase in instances of conflict yet again.
Why you should join this webinar? We will be discussing:
An up to date briefing of the relevant legal obligations.
Guidance on policies that should be in place in your organisations to manage different types of conflict.
How to support the fast and compliant resolution of issues to avoid further escalation and disruption
Specific focus on understanding the updated Anti Bullying Code of Practice.
Practical learnings of the key pitfalls when managing these processes.
This will be an interactive session with questions encouraged from attendees.
Meet Your Presenter
Leáh Smith, HR & Employment Law Consultant
(BA, PGDip Human Resource Management, PGCert GDPR & Data Protection, PGDip Advanced Employment Law & Associate CIPD)
Experienced HR and Employment Law Consultant supports clients in the provision of timely and practical HR & employment law advice and guidance across a wide variety of Organisations & sectors. Drawing upon her last 7 years of working both in-house HR and HR consulting experience, Leáh brings a wealth of experience to our clients.
Don’t miss out, click on the link below to register for this webinar today.
* Upon registration, participant details will be issued to both County Kildare Chamber and Adare Human Resource Management.
* Complimentary, Member Only Event
Adare Human Resource Management work to support County Kildare Chamber members in all aspects of effective human resource management. Please contact Michelle McDonagh, Chamber Partnership Manager to enquire about available services email@example.com | www.adarehrm.ie.