Preparing for a WRC HearingPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 4 May 2022
In this month's free webinar, Caroline Reidy, Managing Director of the HR Suite, will address the key considerations that you need to be aware of in preparation for a hearing at the Workplace Relations Commission.
This complimentary session will include the preparation of the submission, defending the case and understanding the format.
Rolanda: Hello, and good morning, everyone. It's a bit of a greyer day today, I have to say. I feel like I'm getting one of those summer colds that you get whenever it's been really warm and all of a sudden it goes really cold again.
So I hope you're all very well on this May day, and
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