Reorganisation & Redundancy Key Considerations and Risks (with Osborne)
Osborne Talent Series Webinar Reorganising & Redundancy – Key Considerations and Risks Complimentary Webinar Date: Thursday 3rdDecember Time: 9.15am – 10.15am Location: Zoom Webinar Hosted By: Shona McManus, CEO & Owner Osborne Presenter: Sarah Fagan, Consulting Practice Manager, Adare HRM,
Osborne are delighted to invite you to attend the sixth of our Osborne Talent Series Webinars in 2020. This webinar is COMPLIMENTARY but registration is essential. Register here:https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bNLra1w2TImE4f1yOqwbCg Reorganising & Redundancy – Key Considerations and Risks Business Owners, Managers and HR Professionals are all too aware of the on-going challenges in the complex area of Employment Law and the challenges of its application within the workplace. This has been further complicated with the ongoing pandemic, the impact on the economy and the impact on businesses. This session will provide practical guidance and insight into key HR and Employment Law areas facing businesses today including re-organisation, redundancy, lay-off and short time and managing the associated employment risks.
Reorganisation – effectively planning the business case
Redundancy – understanding and managing the redundancy process
Key Considerations – alternatives to redundancy, pay cuts, layoff, short time
Risks – managing and mitigating the employment risks
Who should attend: HR Practitioners, Senior Managers, Business owners and those tasked with the responsibility for managing change within their organisation. Presenter: Sarah Fagan Consulting Practice Manager Sarah Fagan, BA, PGDip Employment Law, PGDip Conflict and Resolution is an experienced Human Resources and Employment Law Practitioner. Sarah provides practical Human Resource and Employment Law advices to clients in a variety of sectors and has a broad range of experience in change management processes including reorganisation and restructuring and collective redundancies. She also supports many Organisations through representation at the Workplace Relations Commission and Labour Court. To Register