Latest Updates On New Government Employment Supports & Top Tips For Proactively Managing Remote Working

Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 31 March 2020
Caroline Reidy
The HR Suite
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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. Recent employment developments relating to the Coronavirus outbreak are also discussed.

Caroline McEnery is Managing Director of The HR Suite, a former member of the Low Pay Commission and is also an Adjudicator in the Workplace Relations Commission.

The Recording

Additional Resources

Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme
COVID-19 and Essential Services

Training Resources

[New] Protecting Data when Home Working in Ireland (limited time offer available)

It is vital that all of your employees – from customer service to marketing and sales, many of which will be home working now - know how to protect your organisation’s confidential data from cyber attacks and fully understand their obligation under data protection legislation to protect the data they handle.

Click here to access a free demo


[Updated] Coronavirus Awareness in the Irish Workplace (Free)

This course will help raise awareness of the coronavirus and provide information for all employees on how to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. This course will also provide you with guidelines on how to protect yourself and your colleagues in the workplace.

Click here to access this course for free


This article is correct at 31/03/2020

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Caroline Reidy
The HR Suite

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