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A Guide to Employer Obligations Webinar 26 September 2023

Time of session: 26 September 2023 - 11am-12pm including time for Q&A

Join us on this free information webinar on Employer Obligations, hosted by the LEO Westmeath and the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC)

Link for registration

What will this session cover:
  • Starting the employment relationship
  • Terms and Conditions
  • During the employment relationship
  • Records
  • Workplace Issues
  • Ending the employment relationship
  • Minimum Notice
  • Unfair/Constructive Dismissal
  • Redundancy
What is the Workplace Relations Commission?

The Workplace Relations Commission aims to promote harmonious workplaces by delivering a workplace relations service which is simple to use, independent, effective, impartial, cost effective and provides for a workable means of redress and enforcement, within a reasonable period of time.

The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has responsibility for:

  • promoting the improvement of workplace relations, and maintenance of good workplace relations,
  • promoting and encouraging compliance with relevant enactments,
  • providing guidance in relation to compliance with codes of practice approved under Section 20 of the Workplace Relations Act 2015,
  • conducting reviews of, and monitor developments as respects, workplace relations,
  • conducting or commissioning research into matters pertaining to workplace relations,
  • providing advice, information and the findings of research conducted by the Commission to joint labour committees and joint industrial councils,
  • advising and apprising the Minister in relation to the application of, and compliance with, relevant enactments, and
  • providing information to members of the public in relation to employment

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