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Education Centres - Employment Law & HR – Dignity & Respect at Work Overview
The introduction of the new Code of Practice for the Prevention of Bullying at Work has put an increased emphasis on the importance of dignity and respect in the workplace. This webinar will ensure your employees have an increased understanding of the Dignity & Respect at Work policy, be informed of their options under the policy and develop an understanding of how to respond appropriately to bullying and harassment within the workplace.


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Nov 15, 2021 03:30 PM in Dublin

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Caroline Reidy
MD & HR Expert @The HR Suite
Caroline Reidy runs The HR Suite who offer specialist tailored and effective human resources, employment law and business solutions to over 500 clients throughout Ireland. Many of which are SME’s who have no HR function and the HR Suite are their HR partner to advise them in this area. The HR Suite also assist with complex investigations, training all areas of people management and skills development and representation at third party forums. The HR Suite has offices in Dublin and Kerry. Caroline is a past Commissioner on the Low Pay Commission and is also an adjudicator in the Work Place Commission. Caroline has completed a Masters in Human Resources in the University of Limerick and is a trained mediator.