How to Address Employee Relations Issues during Remote Working

Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 21 April 2020
Caroline Reidy
The HR Suite
Issues covered:

As homeworking becomes the new norm during the Coronavirus outbreak, Caroline McEnery (the HR Suite) and Rolanda Markey (Legal Island) discuss tips to ensure that employers and employees get the most out of homeworking and also discuss the challenges that could arise.

In this webinar Caroline McEnery will discuss how to conduct an employment investigation with remote workers and deal with staff grievances, etc. 

Topics covered:

  •  Employment Relations Policies
  • Preparation – Terms of Reference
  • Providing for Representatives
  • Using Technology
  • Preparing Evidence
  • Cross Examination
  • Probationary Periods
  • Appeals
  • Minutes of Meetings
  • Question: Having Written Questions
  • Question: Terms of

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This article is correct at 21/04/2020

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Caroline Reidy
The HR Suite

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