What HR and Employment Law Updates should you prepare for this year? 2022 brought a slew of updates such as Statutory Sick Pay, Minimum Wage, Gender Pay Gap Reporting, Workplace Harassment, Whistleblowing, Tips and Gratuities, and Bank Holidays entitlements.
This trend continues in 2023, with changes around Probationary periods, Work Patterns, Flexible and Remote working and Leave entitlements. Stay in the know and join leading senior HR, IR and Employment Law specialists as they discuss these topics in detail exploring practical considerations, answering key questions and providing guidance for businesses on what they need to do to remain complaint.
We will be reflecting on 2023 legislative enactments such as:
An overview of the new Sick Leave Act 2022 and what it means for Irish Organisations?
Key components of the Protected Disclosure (Amendment) Act, 2022.
Key actions in preparing for the Work Life Miscellaneous Provisions Bill
Upcoming – Expected in 2023
The Employment Permits Bill – an overview of the key changes and implications for Employers
The EU Pay Transparency Directive
Michelle Mc Donagh
Head of HR Consulting
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 advises underpinned by a positive employee experience
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Recorded 22nd May 2023
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