SFA Employment Law Conference
 

Navigating the maze of employment law

 

The rise and complexity in the Irish employment law landscape is increasing year on year. This is particularly challenging for small business owners who are time poor and wear multiple hats within their company. So how can small businesses navigate the maze of employment law and be confident that they are complying with their obligations to their staff? The SFA employment law seminar is the solution.

 

In 2018 and 2019 there has been a raft of employment law from changes to contracts, the introduction of banded hours and increases in parental leave. The SFA employment law seminar will take you through the recent changes within contracts, how to determine the status of a genuine self-employed person and the proposed changes in parental leave.

 

We will also cover bullying and harassment, work related stress case, as well as the dos and don’ts of disciplinaries and dismissals.

 

The one day seminar is taking place in Limerick on 3 October and in Dublin on 10 October. Tickets costs €210 +VAT for SFA members and €295 +VAT for non-members. 

 

Agenda

 

Contracts 

  • Practical examples in action
  • Self-employment

Bullying and Harassment 

  • Table top exercise in a bullying case
  • One or two case law

Work related stress

 

OHS/Long working hours panel

  • Key learnings
  • Top things recognised

Family Leave

  • Parental Leave- Increased parental leave
  • Benefit Act

Discipline and Dismissal (Do/Donts)

  • Case studies- Practical
  • Role play

Book your place at the Limerick event or the Dublin event today. 

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