Learn the key points of the Act, and learn how to practically present and defend claims
Date: 26th September 2017
The Workplace Relations Act has generated much discussion and debate since its commencement in 2015.
Stakeholders have noted improvements in the manner in which disputes are now dealt with but have also identified problems and failings in the new system. Since its passing, numerous cases have been litigated before the WRC and the Courts that have developed various areas of employment law. The Act also radically reforms the way employment law claims are processed and adjudicated.
This course will bring you up to date on some of the key themes and issues arising from both the enactment of the new mechanisms under the 2015 Act and from some important case law.
Employers, employees and their representative must be up to date with the requirements, as adjudicators can now draw inferences from failing to comply with the new rules, both employers and employees risk losing cases which could otherwise have been won. It is critically important that these new procedures are fully understood and complied with if claims are to be won or successfully defended. It is also equally important to understand what claims employees can bring, and how to bring such claims or defend them. This CPD certified MasterClass will arm you with the legal knowledge you need to do this, and will also show how to deal with the practical aspects of bringing and defending claims. On leaving this course you will gain expert insight into this challenging and complex area of law, and will receive a full course pack to refer back to, which may prove invaluable. Attendees will also gain a CPD certificate containing 5 structured hours.
With the Workplace Relations Act now in force there is a totally new employment law environment for practitioners/HR/IR Professionals and employers.
- An update on the new Workplace Relations Act: the story so far
- Data Protection and Surveillance: the employer’s rights and obligations under the contract and in law
- Unfair Dismissal: how to ensure a smooth parting of the ways
- Social media and the workplace: the issues and problems that can arise
- Reasonable accommodation: the obligations of the employer to facilitate employees with disabilities
- Bullying: a review of the case law and advice on how to manage this sensitive area.
Legal Firms , Employment Lawyers, Solicitors, HR Managers, Employee Relation Professionals, Industrial Relation Professionals , Senior Management to name a few.
On completion you will receive your CMG MasterClass Certificate as well as your CPD Certificate containing 5 Structured CPD Hours. Please note certificates are issued only at the close of the training course to participants who complete the full five hours.
Stephen Hanaphy, Barrister at the Law Library, Four Courts
Stephen, a graduate of Trinity College Dublin and of the King’s Inns, has been practising at the Irish Bar since 2010. His expertise lies generally in the area of commercial law, with a particular emphasis on corporate insolvency and company restructuring. He has experience at, District, Circuit and High Court level of a wide range of civil disputes, and has acted for both employers and employees in employment law litigation, for creditors and debtors in debt collection matters, and for debenture holders in receivership cases. Stephen has contributed to programmes on RTE and TG4 on the subject of insolvency and mental health, and recently featured in The Irish Times in the context of his representation of restaurateurs in a high-profile corporate misfeasance action.
CMG Professional Training courses take place at our state-of-the-art training facility in the Apex Building situated in the Beacon Quarter of Sandyford Industrial Estate, Dublin 18. The CMG Training Centre is accessible by the Luas, (Sandyford line, Stillorgan stop – 6 mins walk) several bus options (the number 11 travels from O Connell street Dublin and stops directly outside the training centre) and we are situated very close to the M50 at the Beacon Hospital corner. There are several car parks within a three minute walk from the training centre with very competitive ‘all day’ parking rates and we have a range of coffee shops (including Starbucks) as well as shops and restaurants nearby.
Date, Time & Venue:
Date: 26th September, 2017
Times: 9.30 am to 4.00pm
Venue: Apex Building, Blackthorn Road, Sandyford Dublin 18
This course costs €375 (Early-bird) normal rate is €425. Includes course documentation and light refreshments. While the course fee does not include lunch, we do provide freshly made sandwiches, nespresso coffee and a range of teas and fresh juice for those who require a light lunch. Alternatively you can avail of the local food stores and coffee shops opposite the training centre for hot food or alternative lunch options.
Places are limited and are allocated on a first come first served basis.
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If you have any further queries, please contact Ella Goodwin on – 01 293 4768.