Forthcoming HR & Employment Law Webinars
Legal-Island has a number of free employment law and HR webinars planned throughout 2020.
Registration is free, and the list of upcoming webinars (along with links to the registration page) is below.
A&L Goodbody's Case Law Review
10.15 - 11.00am on Thursday 23rd January 2020.
Aisling Muldowney, Associate, A&L Goodbody, was a massive hit at our Annual Reviews of Employment Law. In this session, Aisling and Noeleen Meehan, Of Counsel, A&L Goodbody, revise what they consider to be the top employment cases of the last year (including any post-November 2019) and sets out learning points and takeaway actions to put into practice.
Cases covered in this session include:
1. Daly v Nano Nagle School 
2. ByrneWallace v Kearney 
3. Power v Health Services Executive 
4. Jones v Minister for Justice and Equality 
5. G$S Secure Solutions Limited v Kelly 
Join Aisling Muldowney and Noeleen Meehan at 10.15 - 11.00am on the 23rd January 2020. Listen to them set out the factual background, what the relevant court decided and what this means from a practical perspective for employers. You may also ask questions live.
Jennifer Cashman’s Annual Review of Employment Law
12.00 - 12.45pm on Thursday 23rd January 2020
Jennifer Cashman, Partner, Ronan Daly Jermyn is our keynote speaker at the Legal Island annual reviews of employment law. In order to help delegates maximise their return on investment she will be covering key points and answering questions live on 23rd January 2020 at 12.00.
Jennifer will focus on these key areas of employment law developments:
1. Working Time Developments.
2. Retirement Ages and Auto Enrolment.
3. Flexible Working and Reasonable Accommodation in the Workplace.
4. Independent Contractor Arrangements.
5. Protective Leave Developments.
Join Jennifer Cashman at 12.00 noon on Thursday 23rd January 2020. Listen to her summarise the law, advise on remedial actions and ask her questions live.
Employment Investigations - Annual Review Round-Up
12:00 - 12:45pm on Tuesday 4th February 2020
Following her very successful Annual Review season, Caroline McEnery, Managing Director at The HR Suite and Adjudicator at the WRC, will tackle some of the many, many questions that arose from her sessions at the Annual Review of Employment LAw 2019 conferences on 'Best Practice Investigation Process and What a Good Investigation Report Looks Like'. This will include questions around:
- The role of the investigator
- The terms of reference
"It was very practical, informative and the interactive nature was great."
Maryrose Dillon, UCC Academy DAC
"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
"Covered very relevant topics for HR professionals."
Anita Boyle, Enterprise System Partner Limited
"Time well spent, [I liked the] speedy pace and variety of topics covered."
Barbara Dempsey, Barnardos
"Quick, informative and easy!"
Sinead Cockram, Swissport Dublin