SFA Employment Law Conference Cork
Event details

SFA Employment Law Conference Cork- 26 September 2018

Date: 26th September 2018
Time: 09:00 - 16:00
Duration: 1 Day
Venue: Rochestown Park Hotel
Address: Rochestown Rd,
Co. Cork

Welcome address and WRC update

  • A year on – what impact has it had
  • Key changes
  • Challenges


  • Best practice
  • Future of casual contracts & proposed banded hours
  • Legislation and contracts for service / gig economy

Probation and performance

  • The importance of managing the performance of new employees
  • Holding regular review meetings
  • Case law

All about absence

  • Why measurement is important
  • Positive reinforcement
  • Job solutions
  • The cost of absence to the employer
  • The role of the line manager
  • Mental illness and absence
  • Returning to work after a period of absence
  • Understand the current laws and case law in the area of absence management

5,4,3,2,1 – Top issues for 2018: Using case law and legal developments for

  • A case study on a sexual harassment issue
  • GDPR and the human element – a case of a rogue employee
  • The do’s and don’ts of managing workplace stress
  • Intoxicants in the workplace - a tale of two cases
  • Do you need an extreme weather policy?

Discipline and dismissal – an interactive session

  • Discipline – the process
  • The conversation – what to say and how to say it
  • Legislation in this area


  • Pros and cons...4 ways to manage longer working

For all queries on the event, please call the event organiser:
Quelba Lima, Tel: +353 1 605 1619

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