Annual Review of Employment Law 2019 - Talbot

Annual Review of Employment Law 2019 - Talbot

We're repeating this conference on Thursday 14th November (City North Hotel, Gormanston)

Have you ever wondered what Legal Island's Annual Review of Employment Law conference is all about? Here's a little taster in just 2 minutes and 45 seconds:

It’s 21 years since Legal Island was formed to help HR and employment law practitioners stay informed with new employment law changes affecting the workplace. 2019 has proved no different to any other year and Legal Island can provide you with all the changes you need to know about in 2019/2020, such as:

  • WRC Adjudicators have the authority to disapply a national law that is contrary to EU law and compel witnesses to appear at Hearings
  • The Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions Act) 2018 brought new rights for zero hours and part-time employees, along with fines and possible imprisonment for employers who flout the new laws
  • Draft laws on the use of Tips and Gratuities in wages set to create new rules on minimum wage in service industries
  • Draft Gender Pay Gap reporting legislation has been prioritised by the government – and will transform many workplace pay structures
  • Artificial Intelligence has become a mainstream tool for many HR departments

Let us save you and your organisation time, money and stress by providing you with detailed updates on the employment law developments you need to know in Ireland and Europe. Get up to date with all of the new employment legislation affecting Ireland workplaces in 2019/2020 by attending the Annual Review of Employment Law conference later this year.

Last year we sold out all 3 Annual Review of Employment Law conferences, so register now to secure your place.

We're repeating this conference on Wednesday 30th October (Red Cow, Dublin - SOLD OUT) and Thursday 14th November (City North Hotel, Gormanston)

How we can help you

Our experts give you the latest information, practical tips and effective solutions to make your life easier and prepare your organisation for the year ahead. After attending you will be able to: 

  • Minimise your organisation’s risk of litigation. 
  • Understand how the relevant new cases from Ireland and Europe impact on your workplace. 
  • Prepare for the year ahead. 
  • Update your policies with the useful templates and precedent wording for key areas in your organisation – sent to you by email after the event. 
  • Refer to all important legislative and case law changes which are relevant to your workplace, with an extensive folder of notes.

When and Where?
9.15am – 4.30pm on Tuesday 26th November 2019
Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan, Dublin

Standard Rate: €695
Charity/Small Company* Rate: €545
Save €20 per person if you pay online when booking

*All organisations with fewer than 50 employees or charities qualify for our Charity/Small company rate. The number of employees includes all branches, subsidiary/parent companies, boards, trusts and federated organisations.

What some of the speakers are saying:

Jennifer Cashman - Review of the Year

Deirdre Crowley - Investigations, Disciplinary Processes and Fair Procedures - Where are we now?

Blathnaid Evans - Preparing for an Adjudication Hearing

Ciara O'Kennedy - Review of the Year Part 2: Looking Forward to 2020

Maura Connolly - Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Caroline McEnery - What a Good Investigation Report Looks Like

Dominic O'Toole - Cyber Security Awareness: How to Keep Your Organisation's Data Safer from Digital Attack

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If this event is taking place in a hotel and you require a bedroom for the night before or day of the event please get in touch. We work with all our hotels to offer a preferential delegate rate for overnight stays where possible. For more information please email

Event details


9:15am – 4:30pm


26 November 2019


Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan, Dublin


Standard Rate: €695
Charity/Small Company* Rate: €545
Save €20 per person if you pay online when booking.