The HR Barometer Report is the most comprehensive research report analysing the impacts, challenges and priorities within the HR and Employment Law landscape in Ireland. It is an invaluable source of information, analysis and insights on the key issues and challenges facing HR Practitioners.
In its sixth series the survey findings have captured in-depth information on core HR, Employment Law and IR topics and resulted in a detailed report that acts as a benchmark for HR Practitioners across the country.
Topics to be discussed:
Pay and Benefits
Key Strategic HR Areas
The HR Barometer Briefing is a must-attend event for HR Practitioners who are seeking to inform and empower their HR decision-making for the year ahead.
This will be an interactive session with questions encouraged from attendees.
Meet Your Presenters
Sarah Fagan, Managing Director at Adare Human Resource Management
Sarah Fagan, BA, PGDip Employment Law, PGDip Conflict and Resolution is an experienced Human Resources and Employment Law Practitioner.
Sarah‘s role as Managing Director involves overseeing the strategic direction of the business and the HR and Employment Law support services provided to clients across a wide range of sectors by the experienced team of consultants within Adare Human Resource Management.
Prior to taking on the role of Managing Director in January 2022, Sarah’s role as Consulting Practice Manager was to support Adare Human Resource Management clients in the delivery of agreed strategic Employee Relations, Industrial Relations and Human Resources consulting projects and oversee the consultancy services provided to clients.
Michelle Mc Donagh, Consulting & Client Relationship Manager, Adare Human Resource Management
Michelle Mc Donagh, MSc. HR Strategies, Chartered MCIPD, PGDip Employment Law is an experienced Human Resources and Employment Law practitioner. Advising and supporting a wide variety of organisations across the private, not for profit and public sector Michelle uses her expertise and strategic focus to analyse organisations and build a tailored HR model to support achievement of the organisational goals. Key areas of focus are organisational design, enhancing critical skills, leadership development and day to day practical Human Resources and Employment Law advices underpinned by a positive employee experience.
Who should attend:
HR Practitioners, Senior Managers, Business owners and those tasked with the responsibility for managing change within their organisation.
Adare Human Resource Management work to support Chamber members in all aspects of effective human resource management. Please contact Michelle McDonagh, Chamber Partner Manager to enquire about available services email@example.com | www.adarehrm.ie.