We are delighted to reintroduce our popular series of Breakfast Briefings, organised by our team here at Tralee Chamber. The Breakfast Briefing is a meet-up for employers to discuss and learn about a whole range of issues concerning local business communities today. This week’s topic? HR and employment law. If you employ staff, this one’s for you.
The HR and Employment Law Update session will be the second in-person Breakfast Briefing since the end of restrictions and will take place on Thursday 5th May at the Pavilion Rooms in the Ballygarry House Hotel at 9.00am. Tralee Chamber Alliance, in partnership with AIB, has teamed up with the HR Suite for the event so if there is anything you wanted to know about employment law but were too afraid to ask, now is your change. Covid caused a remarkable shift in the way we work and the in the way we want to work; 2022 looks like a year for many legislative updates and The HR Suite will be on hand to address all of these expected changes.
“We are thrilled to support this key event which will cover important information for all employers and we are looking forward to working more with Tralee Chamber Alliance in the coming months,” said Stephen Stack Branch Manager of AIB Tralee.
“SME’s who have limited resources that don’t always include a designated HR section, can find it particularly difficulty to keep track of new employment legislation. This event will provide clarity around the key updates, which will be of benefit to all attendees,” said Colette O’Connor CEO of Tralee Chamber Alliance.
The agenda for
the morning includes:
• Sick Leave Bill
• Right to Request Remote Working
• Payment of Wages Bill
• Code of Practice on Sexual Harassment and Harassment in the Workplace
• Code of Practice on Equal Pay
• HR pillars for setting your strategic goals for 2022
• Risk & Compliance
• Performance Management & Development
• Training & Learning
• Change Management
• Branding & Culture
• Case Law
Register your place free by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org