TUPE: Transfer Regulations Seminar
With a more buoyant economy and Brexit around the corner, we are seeing an increase in transfers and the outsourcing of services.
Legal experts from Hayes solicitors explore how HR can influence a transfer situation – before, during and after a relevant transfer.
With reference to relevant case law and a focus on the local economy our experts seek to demystify this difficult area of law for employers throughout Ireland.
- You will receive advice and comprehensive notes from recognised experts in this field.
- You will understand the main elements and how to avoid the traps involved in transfers.
- You will receive a summary of learning points in Hayes solicitors’ exclusive HR Professionals’ Guide to Business Transfers.
- You will have an opportunity to quiz the experts during the seminar and network during the buffet lunch that follows. Bring your business cards!
Who should attend?
Commercial, Operations, Finance and Human Resource Managers will benefit greatly from attending this practical, commercial and legal update. This seminar is for anyone who might be involved in transferring an organisation or service, or part of an organisation or service, from one employer to another and who would like to avoid the myriad pitfalls that surround this complex legislation.
Where and when?
8:30am - 2:00pm on Tuesday 18th June 2019
Hayes Solicitors Offices, Lavery House, 2 Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin
Early Bird Rate: €345 (deadline Friday 10th May 2019)
Standard Rate: €395
Charity/Small Company* Early Bird Rate: €295 (deadline Friday 10th May 2019) Charity/Small Company* Rate: €345
This event is in association with:
*All organisations with fewer than 50 employees or charities qualify for our Charity/Small company rate. The number of employees includes all branches, subsidiary/parent companies, boards, trusts and federated organisations.
Breda O'Malley Partner, Employment and Commercial Law Departments
Breda practises in Employment law and leads the Employment Law team at Hayes solicitors. She advises both employers and employees on all aspects of the employment relationship. Breda adopts a commercially pragmatic approach to dispute issues, avoiding litigation for her clients where appropriate, and using her skills as an accredited commercial mediator.
Gill Woods Consultant
Gill is a consultant to the Employment Law team at Hayes Solicitors. Gill is a former partner at a top tier law firm and is a CEDR accredited mediator. Gill provides commercial and solutions focussed advice to clients in relation to both contentious and advisory aspects of the employment relationship. Gill advises a wide range of clients, both employers and employees, in both the public and private sectors including financial institutions, public bodies, and clients in the manufacturing, technology, energy, healthcare, retail and pharmaceutical sectors.