An Audience with RDJ (March 2021) Employment Law Discussion around Bullying and Harassment and Remote HearingsPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 12 March 2021
In this brand new bi-monthly feature from Legal Island and Ronan Daly Jermyn LLP, Scott Alexander, Head of Learning and Development, discuss key employment law developments with the Partners in RDJ’s Employment Team, including the effervescent Jennifer Cashman and her equally lively colleagues David McCarroll, Deirdre Malone, Antoinette Vahey and Michelle Ryan.
Our lead panellist in this first session is David McCarroll, who is based in RDJ’s Galway office.
David and Scott discuss…
- An employer’s statutory defence against bullying and/or harassment claims - what is this and when might an employer rely on it?
- The difference between good/strong performance management and bullying under the
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This article is correct at 12/03/2021
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