Forthcoming HR & Employment Law Webinars
Legal Island has a number of free Irish employment law and HR webinars planned throughout 2021.
Registration is free, and the list of upcoming webinars (along with links to the registration page) is below.
Breakfast with Frost: Stephen’s Big D&I Opportunities Vital to the New Workplace
Breakfast with Frost: Stephen Frost examines three major D&I opportunities to arise since the Covid outbreak and their importance for the workplace.
Stephen Frost of Included is one of the UK’s foremost D&I experts. He led the D&I initiatives at the London Olympics and Paralympics which are regarded as one of the most successful games in modern times.
In this breakfast webinar Stephen reviews the most important developments for HR and D&I practitioners relevant to the world of work since January 2020, which can be pulled together into three main themes:
- New ways of working and the impact on different minority groups within the workforce
- Employee activism in relation to mental health, LGBT+, global warming and more
- The importance of data for employees and prospective employees in relation to your D&I credentials
Stephen’s presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session.
Dealing with Allegations of Bullying with the HR Suite
Tuesday 9 November 2021 (11.00 - 11.45am) with The HR Suite
In this month's webinar, Caroline Reidy, Managing Director of The HR Suite and HR and Employment Law Expert, will outline how to deal with allegations of bullying in the workplace.
Send your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out previous discussions: https://www.legal-island.ie/employment-law-hub/resources/webinar-recordings/
Check out our latest updates in our Covid-19 hub: https://www.legal-island.ie/employment-law-hub/resources/coronavirus-covid-19/
Listeners may ask questions live through a chat box or listen back after broadcast.
"Just to say that the webinar earlier this week was excellent. I was able to use the information immediately! Looking forward to next week's already! Keep up the great work! "
Bernadette Kinsella, Assistant General Secretary, JMB
"I liked the structure, there were concise overviews of a few different topics so it was easy to remain engaged and interested. "
Anna Purcell, Purcell & Kennedy
"Great speaker, answered questions clearly and simplified the subject matter so it was easily digestible in a 45 minute session"
Ciara Carty, Nursing Homes Ireland
"[I liked] the way information was explained so simply and effectively."
Shaunagh Dunican, RBK
"Time well spent, [I liked the] speedy pace and variety of topics covered."
Barbara Dempsey, Barnardos
"Quick, informative and easy!"
Sinead Cockram, Swissport Dublin
Stephen Frost CEO & Founder
Stephen is a globally recognised diversity, inclusion and leadership expert, and founded Frost Included in 2012. He works with clients to embed inclusive leadership in their decision-making. Stephen worked in-house at KPMG as Head of Diversity and Inclusion from 2014-2015. From 2007-2012 Stephen designed, led and implemented the inclusion programmes for the London Olympic and Paralympic Games as Head of Diversity and Inclusion for the London Organising Committee (LOCOG).
Caroline Reidy Managing Director
The HR Suite
Caroline Reidy runs The HR Suite who offer specialist tailored and effective human resources, employment law and business solutions to over 500 clients throughout Ireland. Many of which are SME’s who have no HR function and the HR Suite are their HR partner to advise them in this area. The HR Suite also assist with complex investigations, training all areas of people management and skills development and representation at third party forums. The HR Suite has offices in Dublin and Kerry.
Caroline is a past Commissioner on the Low Pay Commission and is also an adjudicator in the Work Place Commission. Caroline has completed a Masters in Human Resources in the University of Limerick and is a trained mediator. She is also the author of ‘The Art of Asking the Right Questions” that provides top tips to people managers throughout the employment journey. To mark 10 years in business in 2019 Caroline launched a children’s book ‘Celebrating You’ to advocate diversity and the importance of celebrating individuality in children. Caroline also contributes as a thought leader to national media, conference speaker and articles in national press.