Email/System Access for Long-term Sick Employees; Dismissal During the Probationary Period; Dealing with Sickness PatternsPosted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 7 December 2018
'Employment Law at 11' is a series of 45-minute webinars from Legal-Island in conjunction with O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors.
Scott Alexander, Head of Learning and Development at Legal-Island, discusses your Northern Ireland employment law questions and topical HR issueswith Seamus McGranaghan, Director at O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors.
- Sexual harassment;
- Email/System access for employees on long-term sick leave;
- Dismissal during the probationary period;
- PHI dismissals;
- Dismissing an employee after probation but before they have 12-months service;
- Dealing with sickness patterns
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