20 June 2017
CityNorth Hotel & Conference Centre, Gormanston, Meath
COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST BRIEFING – OSBORNE RECRUITMENT & ADARE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Osborne Recruitment in conjunction with Adare Human Resource Management are delighted to invite you to our upcoming complimentary Breakfast Briefing.
The breakfast briefing is entitled “Reward & Recognition – the trends and challenges for businesses’
With increasing discussions around pay, enhanced benefits and against the backdrop of public sectors pay talks, HR Professionals, Business Owners and Managers need to ensure they are both informed and prepared to manage what is usually their biggest cost – staff. This is coupled with increasing industrial unrest in a number of sectors.
Details of the event:
Date: Tuesday 20th June 2017
Time: Registration: 7:45am (and a light breakfast)
Seminar: 8am – 9.30am
Location: CityNorth Hotel and Conference Centre, Gormanston, Co. Meath
This breakfast briefing will cover key topics including:
The Industrial Relations (IR) and Pay Landscape 2017 Trends – with significant challenges being experienced by businesses, how to prepare and navigate through the IR machinery from the challenges in pay talks, collective bargaining rights and disputes is becoming key to all businesses
Remuneration Policy for Businesses – what is a remuneration policy and why should a business have a remuneration policy in place
Strategic Approach to Reward and Recognition – how taking a Strategic Approach to Reward and Recognition in your business can strengthen not just retention amongst employees but also help position your business as an Employer of Choice for candidates
Case Studies and Roundtable Discussion – sharing some key case studies in this area and sharing experiences at the table about own practices and what are the best parts of examples that have been heard
Time will be allocated throughout and at the end for Q&A.
Who should attend?
HR Practitioners, Managers, Business Owners
Adare Human Resource Management are one of Ireland’s best-known and respected providers of Employment Law, Industrial Relations and best practice Human Resource Management services. Adare Human Resource Management is an Irish Company with a unique knowledge of the needs of Irish business – as well as the experience, expertise and dedication to excellence required to fulfil them. www.adarehrm.ie
Derek McKay, BBS, Chartered MCIPD, is the Managing Director of Adare Human Resource Management and is an experienced Senior Human Resource and Employment Law practitioner who has worked extensively in the private, public and not for profit sectors. Prior to setting up Adare Human Resource Management in 2003, Derek worked in the Human Resource Departments in a number of multinational organisations.
Derek’s role involves overseeing the Employment Law support services and HR Management Consultancy services provided to clients across a wide range of sectors by the team of consultants within Adare Human Resource Management as well as delivering upon large scale HR change projects. Derek has worked with businesses such as Standard Life Assurance, Electrolux, Servier Pharmaceuticals, Sherry Fitzgerald, UCB Manufacturing and Canada Life to name but a few. Derek regularly speaks at seminars throughout the country on HR and Employment related topics and contributes to numerous publications in this area also.
John Treacy, BBLS is the Managing Director with Treacy Consulting and works in partnership with Adare Human Resource Management and their clients providing specialist compensation and benefits advice. With over 20 years of consulting experience in the EU, North America and Japan, one of John’s key areas of specialism is Reward and Recognition aligned to business objectives.
John has worked with global client names such as GE, Vodafone, Capgemini, Heineken, DePuy/Johnson & Johnson, NEC Electronics, and well known Irish client names such as the HSE, Tunstall / Emergency Response, Group 4 Securicor, Tesco, IDA Ireland, NUIG and RT. Prior to setting up Treacy Consulting in 2004, John Treacy worked with two global management consulting firms, Willis Towers Watson and Sibson & Company/Segal.
As the Head of Policy for the Dublin Docklands Business Forum, John was appointed by the Minister for the Environment to the DDDA Council in May 2012, and to the Advisory Group of the new Docklands SDZ as well as being appointed to the Board of Rugby Players Ireland, formerly known as IRUPA/Irish Rugby Union Players Association.
Should you wish to register and bring a colleague, you are welcome to do so, but please let us know as there are limited spaces – RSVP: Breean.email@example.com