Join us for this informative session in association with Adare Human Resource Management.
As the lockdown restrictions continue to ease and as Society and businesses reopen, it is critical that all businesses ensure the effective implementation of the Work Safely Protocols and implement practical HR measures.
Join HR, Employment Law and Health and Safety experts as they discuss practical considerations, answer key questions and provide guidance for businesses on what they need to do and what they should consider in this area.
Key considerations and discussions will focus on:
• What are an Employers HR and H&S obligations?
• What are the primary considerations for Hybrid work practices?
• What should an Employer do if an employee refuses to return to work?
• Are Employers allowed ask employees if they have been vaccinated?
• Do Employers have to permit remote working even as restrictions continue to ease?
• What health and wellbeing measures should Employers put in place?
Every organisation has obligations to ensure the health and safety of both their employees and visitors to their premises and so the implementation of a carefully considered return to work plan is business critical.
This will be an interactive session with questions encouraged from attendees.
Sarah Fagan, Consulting Practice Manager, BA, PGDip Employment Law, PGDip Conflict and Resolution is an experienced Human Resources and Employment Law practitioner. Advising and supporting a wide variety of organisations across the private, not for profit and public sector Sarah uses her expertise and strategic focus to analyse organisations and build a tailored HR model to support achievement of the organisational goals.
Sarah’s role is to support Adare Human Resource Management clients in the delivery of agreed strategic employee relations, industrial relations and human resources consulting projects and oversees the consultancy services provided to clients across a wide range of sectors by the team of consultants within Adare Human Resource Management.
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