Graphite HRM Annual HR & Employment Law Conference 2022

On Tuesday, April 5th, 2022, Graphite HRM will hold our Annual HR & Employment Law Conference.

This event is perfect for anyone from Directors to Human Resource professionals, with insightful presentations delivered by a panel of HR experts.

HR insights and more

It’s safe to say that the past 18 months have caused unprecedented disruption for businesses worldwide. Locally, Irish employers and business owners have had to deal with imposed restrictions, lockdowns, and reopenings. Throughout, securing the future of their business has depended largely upon persistence and adaptability. And now, as a sense of normality returns to our lives, there’s one last step to take: ensuring your HR practices align with how your business works.

That’s what our panel of expert speakers will address during the Graphite HRM Annual HR & Employment Law Conference 2022. They’ll provide an update on the most pressing HR changes of the past 12 months and cover everything from planning for the year ahead to implementing flexible working options, handling employee conduct and performance, and much more.

What you can expect on the day

Topics covered on the day include a range of HR issues such as:

  • A comprehensive employment legislation update, including a review of recent changes and a look at what’s on the horizon.
  • WRC Update: Recent trends and the shifting HR landscape
  • A range of HR challenges covered, such as implementing hybrid working, updating employee contracts and handbooks, and handling employee conduct and performance.
  • An opportunity to network with like-minded professionals during networking breaks and lunch.
  • An informative delegate pack to take away with you.
  • An informative and engaging conference relevant to all HR professionals, business owners, and directors.

Speakers

Our panel of speakers is made up of the following HR experts:

  • Damien English TD: Minister of State Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment
  • Moira Grassick: Managing Director, Peninsula
  • Alan Hickey: Service and Operations Director, Peninsula Ireland
  • David Begg: Chairperson of the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC)
  • Alan Price: CEO of BrightHR

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Nora Cashe

Peninsula

Nóra studied Law in Griffith College Dublin and qualified as a Barrister in 2008, practising in the area of Criminal law. She is also member of the Irish Employment Law Association.

Nora has extensive experience representing clients at Employment Tribunal hearings, Conciliation / Mediation meetings before both the Workplace Relations Commission and the Labour Court. 

Nóra is a member of the Irish Employment Law Association and engages with the WRC Adjudication Service as part of their stakeholder engagement forum.

Deiric McCann

Genos International Europe

Deiric McCann leads Genos International Europe – The EU division of a world-leading provider of emotional intelligence solutions. 

With over two decades experience at the highest levels of management, Deiric supports clients to develop the resilience, emotional intelligence, psychological safety and engagements of their employees.

Rhiannon Coyne

Graphite HRM

Rhiannon Coyne is a Senior HR Consultant at Graphite HRM and will be providing an overview of best practice on how to deal with complaints of bullying and harassment in the workplace. 

With a number of recent updates to employment laws, Rhiannon will take a closer look at employment equality and how it is interlinked to Health & Safety and what employers can learn from recent case laws.

David Begg

Workplace Relations Commission

David Begg was appointed Chairperson of the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) in January 2021.

David is also a professor at Maynooth University Institute of Social Sciences. Mr Begg’s extensive history in the trade union movement included leading the ESB Officers Association and Irish Congress of Trade Unions, stepping away from the latter in 2001 to chair international aid agency Concern.

David Begg was also previously a director of the Central Bank of Ireland between 1995 and 2010.