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Conflict & Dispute Resolution with Drogheda & District Chamber - 8th September 2022

Drogheda & District Chamber are proud to host this event, in collaboration with their Strategic HR Partners, Adare Human Resource Management who are the leading experts in Employment Law, Industrial Relations and best practice HR Management.

Drogheda & District Chamber are proud to host this event, in collaboration with their Strategic HR Partners, Adare Human Resource Management who are the leading experts in Employment Law, Industrial Relations and best practice Human Resource Management.


What is this webinar about?

Conflict is on the rise again as employers seek to bring in new working practices, the return to workplaces has adopted a stop start pattern, employee turnover is high and frustrations within teams are building. The skill of conflict resolution at the point of early intervention is critical to manage employee difficulties. This webinar will guide employers in the practical steps to take when a complaint has been brought to their attention, including what not to do.

Join HR, Employment Law and Health and Safety experts as they discuss this topic in detail exploring practical considerations, answer key questions and provide guidance for businesses on what they need to do and what they should consider in this area.
 

Why you should join this webinar? We will be discussing:

  • Overview of the legally required policies that should be in place in all organisations

  • Examination of the key policies required by the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) Inspectors – grievance, anti-bullying, harassment, disciplinary

  • Importance of using informal processes and early intervention in the right way

  • The role of Mediation

  • The Risk of Constructive Dismissal

  • Examination of relevant case law and possible costs for Employers

  • Avoiding the pitfalls when managing conflict and dispute processes

  • Managing appeals


Attendees will learn how to tackle scenarios from day one and how best to apply organisational policies of anti-bullying, harassment, grievance and disciplinary. This will enable them to proactively identify issues that may evolve into conflict and intervene to manage the scenario towards early resolution, limiting costs for the Organisation.

This will be an interactive session with questions encouraged from attendees.
 

Meet Your Presenter

 

Katie Ridge, Head of Employer Relations, Adare Human Resource Management
A Chartered member of CIPD, Katie holds a BA Degree from NUI, a BL from the Hon. Society of Kings Inns and a LLM from Leeds University. Her career to-date includes HR practitioner, Barrister at Law and HR & Employment Law Consultant. Her expertise and experience in employment law spans a diverse range of private, not-for-profit and public sector Organisations. This includes workplace investigations, grievance and disciplinary matters, equality and diversity compliance together with WRC and Labour Court submissions. As the Head of Employer Relations at Adare Human Resource Management, Katie supports clients in the provision of timely and practical employment law advice and guidance.


Don’t miss out, click on the link below to register for this webinar today.

To register please visit the Drogheda & District Chamber website

* Upon registration, participant details will be issued to both Drogheda & District Chamber and Adare Human Resource Management.


Who should attend:

Business Owners, Managers and HR Professionals and those tasked with the responsibility for managing change within their organisation.

Adare Human Resource Management work to support Drogheda & District Chamber members in all aspects of effective human resource management. Please contact Michelle McDonagh, Chamber Partner Manager to enquire about available services adarechambers@adarehrm.ie | www.adarehrm.ie.

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Event Details:

Date: 8th September 2022

Time: 9:30am - 10:30am

Location: Online Session



If you require any additional information please contact
brenda@droghedachamber.ie.

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