The Workplace Relations Act - SFA Employment Law Conference

Whats on the horizon?

This year’s SFA Employment Law Conference tells you what you need to know about the developments in employment law, learning lessons from recent cases and also highlighting the pitfalls to avoid.

We are delighted to announce that Oonagh Buckely, Director-General of the Workplace Relations Commission will be speaking at this year’s SFA Employment Law Conference in Dublin.

Oonagh Buckley is a qualified barrister. Prior to her appointment as Director General to the WRC, she worked in the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform and was responsible for pay and pensions policy for the Irish public service and led the Government team in all the major pay and industrial relations negotiations in recent years.

The Workplace Relations Act 2015 introduced sweeping changes to the legal structures affecting small businesses. Attendees at the conference will have the opportunity to get a unique insight from the Director-General about how these changes have been implemented two years on and the main challenges they present for employers.

When and where?

  • 9 October
  • Clontarf Castle, Castle Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3

To secure your place(s) book online today

Who should attend?

All owner managers, managers in small businesses and HR professionals who need to build their competence and confidence in the vital area of employment legislation. 


  • SFA Member rate: €190 + VAT @ 23% (€233.70)
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