CIPD Midlands Region and Collins McNicholas will host a major employment law breakfast briefing on Wednesday January 22 in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel.
They are inviting along clients from multinational, Irish indigenous, SMEs, and public sector from across the region to hear an overview on recent updates in legislation - covering key areas such as: dealing with legal issues around social media in the workplace, an update on corporate bullying and retirement ages in the Irish context, selection criteria for redundancies, and the use of the employment law injunction provisions.
Key note speak will be Alastair Purdy, partner in Purdy FitzGerald Solicitors, will also focus on the recent developments regarding fixed term workers as well as giving a general update on the most recent changes within legislation.
Alastair himself is an expert in labour law having spent a number of years working at HR director and manager level within the manufacturing, retail, and financial services sectors. He brings a HR practitioner’s view to employment matters backed with sound legal advice and expertise.
Purdy Fitzgerald were the first company to launch an on-call employment law and HR service in Ireland which provides on-going advice on all employment law and HR matters for a fixed monthly fee dependant on the number of employees you have.
Purdy Fitzgerald have become recognised as one of Ireland’s leading law firms in employment law - advising a substantial number of both indigenous Irish and multinational companies.
They have over 22 years expertise and extensive nationwide presence with offices based in Galway (head office ), Cork, Dublin, Athlone, and Sligo. Collins McNicholas are experts in providing recruitment assistance in a range of sectors including executive recruitment, technical engineering, supply chain, information technology, human resources and all commercial recruitment such as customer service/multilingual, sales and marketing, and more.
The CIPD Midlands region provides a forum for HR and business leaders in both public and private enterprises to network and share information, skills and best practice in the area of Human Resource Management, Employment Law, Employee and Industrial Relations. The CIPD Midlands region works closely with AIT, Solas, Enterprise Ireland, IDA, and other Midlands agencies to support regional initiatives and to promote people development and business performance.