Annual Review of Employment Law 2016 - Dublin

2016 has been another busy year for HR and employment law developments in Ireland.  For the first time we have new legislation on spent convictions in employment, objective justification of compulsory retirement and legislation on Paternity Leave.  You must prepare now for the EU General Data Protection Regulation - €20m fines are on the way for data breaches in May 2018.

Time constraints and a lack of resources can stop you identifying key information you need to effectively update policies, procedures and working practices. Wouldn’t it be easier if expert lawyers explained ALL of the legislative and case law updates to you in one day? Let us save you and your organisation time, money and stress by providing you with detailed updates on the Irish employment law developments you need to know.

This year's Annual Review of Employment Law Conferences will take place on the following dates:

Thursday 3rd November 2016 
Red Cow Moran Hotel, Dublin


Tuesday 15th November 2016
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Northwood, Dublin


Wednesday 30th November 2016
Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan, Dublin

To view the full programme for these events and speaker profiles, or to book your place, please click on your preferred venue above.


Here's what your peer's said about last year's event:

"The presenters were excellent, all delivered material in such a way that it is easy to return to your business and implement the changes required, without having to take a huge amount of time out from your day to day schedule."
Nicola McCarthy, HR Director, Greyhound Recycling & Recovery

"Jennifer Cashman's update is always a highlight for me. She summarises everything excellently and gets through a huge amount of material."
Kirsty Joyce, Senior HR Officer, Office Depot

"Range of very relevant topics covered in a concise manner with good opportunity to have specific questions dealt with after presentations."
Carmel Murphy, HR Consultant, HR Solutions

"The notes/papers are very comprehensive and a good reference guide to take away. The parallel sessions are a great idea."
Michelle O'Reilly, HR Business Partner, SIG

"Very thorough overview of recent legislative changes and events but also a practical guidance on current topical and relevant issues."
Elaine Nicholson, Senior HR Generalist, Medtronic

"Great speakers overall, covering a large range of employment updates throughout the day. The day was well organised and venue location was convenient."
Deirdre O' Hanlon, HR Officer, ISME

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