Plan for the HR challenges in 2023?
The role of HR in recent years has become central to successful business strategies. Understanding and being able to adapt to the ever-evolving employment landscape gives Organisations a real competitive. But what lies ahead for 2023? What are the key areas, challenges and opportunities that HR Practitioners need to focus on?
Join Adare Human Resource Management and Osborne Recruitment for a highly engaging and interactive webinar where presenters will deliver an in-depth analysis of the HR Barometer Report featuring the very latest statistics, trends and insights on a broad range of HR topics and explain what these findings mean for employers and HR Practitioners.
In-depth information on core HR, Employment Law and IR topics will be covered, such as
HR Priorities in 2023
Levels of Employee turnover
Ratios of HR staff to Employees
Learning and Development Initiatives
Diversity & Inclusion
Meet Your Presenters
Sarah Fagan, Managing Director, Adare Human Resource Management
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.
Amanda Finnegan, Senior Organisational Development Consultant at Adare Human Resource Management
Amanda has over 22 years’ experience in Human Resource Management, and the majority of those in consulting to Public and Private organisations.
Her focus has predominantly been in Organisational Development where she assisted the internal HR Specialists to deliver strategic projects that deliver gains on several internal scoreboards: Organisational Strategy, Performance, Talent Development and Retention, Employee Engagement and increased Portfolio Performance. Throughout her career, she gravitated toward roles with increasing focus on people management as well as high-level peer and client collaboration. She is a natural leader and loves to coach both small and large teams toward success and meeting their goals.
David Walsh, Director of Commercial Development, Osborne
David Walsh is a highly experienced international recruitment professional with a proven track record of solving skills shortages for companies in Ireland and internationally. From partnering with government bodies and multinationals to working with indigenous SME’s, David is an adaptable and innovative recruitment professional who has tailored bespoke solutions for all levels of assignment to solve their specialist recruitment needs. David has in excess of 22 years’ experience working within the recruitment industry and holds a BBS Hons in Marketing and French and a Diploma in Sales and International Selling.
Marsha O’Sullivan, Director of Client Services, Osborne
Marsha is our Director of Client Services who has recently joined Osborne with a specific remit of working closely with our clients, understanding any additional supports they may need, deepening our partnerships and championing our service delivery. Marsha is a highly experienced and accomplished customer focused professional with over 20 years’ experience working in the recruitment industry with clients such as Deloitte, Dell, Enterprise Rent A Car, Paddy Power, Oracle, Northern Trust.
Don’t miss out, click on the link below to register for the event today.
*Upon registration, participant details will be shared with both Osborne Recruitment and Adare Human Resource Management.
Who should attend:
HR Practitioners, Senior Managers, Business owners and those tasked with the responsibility for managing change within their organisation.