Annual Review of Employment Law 2022
Save the date! Our flagship conference returns on Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 November. 2022
We bring together leading employment law solicitors and HR experts to provide you with a comprehensive update on the most important developments HR professionals in Northern Ireland need to know.
The conference will take place online on our user friendly platform Hopin, providing you with the opportunity to visit our virtual expo area and network with your peers and other like-minded individuals, all from the comfort of your home or office!
Learning will be reinforced with our digital note pack, containing over 500 pages of detailed notes, templates and precedents, which you can refer back to at any time!
Plus you'll be able to catch up or re-watch all of the sessions after the conference has ended with the recordings bundle!
When & Where?
This event will take place online on the Hopin platform between 9.15am and 4pm on Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 November 2022.
Standard Rate: £495 +VAT
Early Bird Rate: £435 +VAT (deadline Friday 16 September 2022 at 5pm)
Standard Charity/Small Business Rate: £395 +VAT
Early Bird Charity Rate/Small Business Rate: £345 +VAT (deadline Friday 16 September 2022 at 5pm)
Interested to know more about how our online Annual Review of Employment Law conference works?
We've answered our most frequently asked questions here.
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We are currently confirming the programme for this year's conference!
"The content and speakers are amazing and the amount that is packed into this course is fantastic. It is the must attend course for HR professionals."
Ruth Mulholland, Senior HR Business Partner, Habinteg Housing Association
"Digital platform is very user friendly and with all sessions recorded I can now go back and watch the sessions I couldn't attend at a time that suits me best - so I don't miss out on anything anymore. Also supports our Net Zero Carbon strategy with reduced business travel."
Jennifer Cruickshank, Group HR & CR Manager, Henry Group
"Excellent conference, great chairs in the sessions, and the speakers as usual were really good. Lots of great learning and take-aways from the two days."
Margaret Davern, HR Adviser, Irish League of Credit Unions
"Although the Annual Review was remote this year, the delegate experience was excellent. The speaker sessions were highly informative and interesting and the platform was very user friendly and interactive. The chairs played a key role over the two days."
Maeve McKavanagh, HR Consultant, Willis Employment Services
"Excellent course with a variety of different topics discussed. Speakers were all very clear and knowledgeable. Thoroughly enjoyed the case law reviews and roundtable discussions."
Joanne Mallon, HR Manager, Inspire Wellbeing
"I really enjoyed the conference it was very well put together and well structured and the technical aspects and navigating my way around the stages etc were exceptional."
Petra McGuirk, Human Resources Manager, Southern Regional College
"Straight forward platform and up to date information on stages. Time management was excellent."
Linda McSparron, Payroll Supervisor, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council
"Excellent conference, very informative and lots of practical advice. "
Melissa Hasson, HR Advisor, North West Regional College
"The days were jam pact with topics, chat and the interaction was super!"
Tracey McCabe, Director of Human Resources, Mount Charles
"Very well set up and organised. Great selection of speakers and materials were available in advance. I really enjoyed the whole event."
Nicola Strahan, HR Officer, NIAO
"Some of the presenters were fantastic. I liked the ability to network/ direct message and setup calls with people that you normally meet at the in person events Facilitators were great, timings/ breaks good."
Marie Matthewson, HR Manager, AXA
Mark McAllister Director of Employment Relations Services
Labour Relations Agency
Mark McAllister is Director of Employment Relations Services with the LRA and part-time lecturer in Law. He specialises in employment law, dispute prevention and strategic collaborative working in industrial and employment relations. Mark is the former Northern Ireland Convenor of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and the Chair of the NI ICSA Governance Institute. He is an accredited mediator, a member of the Employment Lawyers’ Group and the Industrial Law Society and is a regular speaker on the employment law circuit and contributor to employment law publications.