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Fredericka Sheppard Speaking at The HR and Employment Law Conference 2023

The HR and Employment Law Conference 2023 will gather a range of experts to address the ever-changing area of Human Resources and Employment Laws and is a must attend for businesses in Ireland.

Employment has changed significantly over the past few years, catapulting the work life balance topic to the forefront for many employees and organisations.

This brings its own challenges with the 4-day week gaining traction in many sectors, the current cost of living crisis bring with it more concerns for employers to attract and retain staff. 2023 will see the implication of new legislation such as the Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Regulations, New Whistleblowing Laws and the changes within the Employment Permits Bill.

Join Voltedge Management Joint Director Fredericka Sheppard at the HR and Employment Law Conference on Thursday 18 May 2023.

European Union (Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions) Regulations 2022 – The EU Work-Life Balance Directive

  • New limitations on probationary periods
  • More detailed and earlier contracts of employment
  • Restricted grounds for preventing ‘parallel’ employment

Other Speakers Include:

Rachel Nolan, HR Consultant, Director at Elm Castle Consultancy Ltd – Conference Chairperson & Opening Remarks
Alan Lyons, Chartered Psychologist, C. Psychol., Ps.S.I., KinchLyons
Work Related Stress and Corporate Burnout
Orla Kelly PhD. Assistant Professor in Social Policy, University College Dublin
Case Study: The Four Day Week: Assessing global trials of reduced work time with no reduction in pay: Evidence from Ireland
Shane Costelloe, Associate Solicitor, Holmes
Dismissal: Rules, Misconceptions and Risk
Mary Cullen, Managing Director, Insight HR
Case Study: CCTV in Disciplinary Processes – Key Takeaways for Employers
Elysia Hegarty, Associate Director FOWI & Wellness Lead, Cpl Group
Attracting and Retaining Staff during a Cost-of-Living Crisis
Sinead Morgan, Senior Associate, RDJ LLP
The Employment Permits Bill 2022
Dismissal: Rules, Misconceptions and Risk
Mark Curran, BL, The Law Library
Autoenrollment Pension Scheme
Clara Gleeson, Associate, Disputes & Investigations, A&L Goodbody
Managing Ireland’s New Whistleblowing Laws: What Employers Need to Know

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