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FAQs in Employment

Detailed Information

Date:20 March 2024
Time:09:00 till 12:00hrs
Trainers:Dr. Christine Calleja
*Those booking for 3 sessions of the Wednesdays' Webinars even if by
different attendees will receive a €30 discount on each set of 3 bookings.

The other two workshops making up this set are;

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  • What kind of restrictive covenants can be included in a contract of employment?
  • Do we need to pay bonuses when employment is terminated?
  • Can we give a new probation period if the employee is given a new role?
  • Can I force my employees to take leave?
  • Are we responsible for any harassment/sexual harassment between employees that happens during a company’s event outside the place of work and after working hours?
  • Can we access an employee’s work email account when they are on vacation leave?

These are just a few of the questions that will be tackled during the webinar, Frequently Asked Questions in Employment. The aim of the webinar is to address a number of questions that reach us from employers, HR professionals, and employees. An employment relationship can be overwhelming, and it is important that a company and its employees have guidance in this complex sector regulated by different laws. The tendency is for companies to employ a “band-aid” approach to employment issues; consequently, this may lead to time-consuming and expensive litigation. The training will address a number of questions and hence assist the attendees in being aware of potential problems, dealing with them in a knowledgeable manner, or avoiding them by implementing the right policies, procedures, and actions.

Send us your own questions at least 5 days before the webinar, and we will address them in detail as part of the presentation during the event. Questions can also be raised during the session.

Who Should Attend?

HR professionals, legal practitioners, business owners, managers, and anyone responsible for overseeing or implementing employment policies and practices within their organisation.

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Employers can get their money back through
Employers applying for the IIS Scheme will be eligible to receive a subsidy of €25.85 per trainee per hour in the case of training costs.
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