Join Adare Human Resource Management experts, Sarah Fagan, Managing Director and Katie Ridge, Head of Employer Relations as they provide insights into the new mandatory contractual changes and practices resulting from the new directive. Keeping compliant with these new requirements can help businesses to mitigate potential financial risks.
What you will learn?
The written statement of contractual terms and conditions and the 5-day statement, what has changed and your employer obligations.
Probation clauses and policies, what are the key factors in minimising employment risks.
Exclusion and variation clauses, key considerations and obligations.
Our panel discussion will offer attendees an opportunity to stay informed and compliant in today's rapidly changing landscape. Whether you're a business owner, manager, or HR professional, this webinar is a must-attend for anyone looking to stay ahead of the curve.
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Meet Your Facilitators
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.
Katie Ridge, Head of Employer Relations at Adare Human Resource Management
Katie Ridge, Chartered MCIPD, Barrister at Law, has practical HR experience combined with substantial employment law knowledge and workplace investigation know how.
Katie has a broad range of employment law experience specialising in workplace investigations, grievance and disciplinary matters, as well as representing Organisations in the Workplace Relations Commission and Labour Court.
Prior to joining Adare Human Resource Management, Katie has supported a diverse range of private, not-for-profit and public sector Organisations. She has worked as a barrister for 15 years in addition to her 10 years working within HR roles.
How to register
Date: 29th March 2023
Time: 9.30am - 10:30am