Foundations in Employment Law
The Foundations in Employment Law programme introduces employment law to those who are new to the area and need a clear understanding of the obligations. The programme focuses on the areas of critical importance with regards to compliance through practical examples, case law and current best practice.
Who Should Attend?
Managers and HR specialists who are either new to the area of employment law or looking for the most up-to-date information on the area of employment law. This programme would also suit HR specialists from outside the jurisdiction who would like to get a greater understanding of the legislation in Ireland.
Duration: 2 Days
The law, by statute and judgement, is placing an ever-increasing burden on the employment relationships. Failure to comply with the law is both costly and time-consuming. Experienced Ibec staff who deal with a variety of real-life situations on a daily basis present this course. They will present the issues in a practical manner illustrating the key points with the use of realistic case examples, case studies and exercises.
- Contracts of employment
- Equality legislation
- Protective leave
|Ibec, Dublin||Sept 02, 03, 2020|| |
|Ibec , Dublin|| November 26, 27, 2020|| |
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Any cancellations received in writing up to 5 days prior to the event are refundable. All bookings are provisional until full payment is received.
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Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Online, Waterford
- Course fee:
Member rate: €800
Non-member rate: €900
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