Disability Action Launch New Employer Guide on Positive Approach to Employing People with Disabilities
A new five step recruitment guide has been launched by Disability Action and the Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment. The resource ‘Employing People with Disabilities: A Positive Action Guide for Employers’ has been designed to help employers to match the right people with the right jobs, achieving positive outcomes for everyone. The Positive ActionRead More ..
EEF NI Annual Conference Date: Wednesday, 5 June 2019 Venue: Titanic Belfast This is a must attend event for HR professionals. EEF NI Legal Team and guest speakers will cover a programme providing updates on employment law, case law and insights into a range of topical issues impacting on employers and HR Professionals. We hope you can joinRead More ..
This half day course is designed to help employers understand the Tribunal process. This Workshop will be of benefit to all HR Professionals and managers who regularly chair disciplinary, grievance and appeal meetings to include complaints of bullying and harassment. It will also benefit those who have responsibility for overseeing the Organisation’s Tribunal cases. DATE: Thursday, 7 March 2019Read More ..
This course is suitable for those who are undertaking recruitment and selection for the first time or alternatively, seeking refresher training. Recruitment Selection and Interview Skills Date: Thursday 21 February 2019 Time: 9.30am to 1.30pm Venue: EEF NI Training Suite, 7 Pilot’s View, Heron Road, Belfast, BT3 9LE If you wish to attend, please complete the booking form below orRead More ..
This free event will provide practical guidance to inform and support your approach to mental health in the workplace. We anticipate high demand; to register your place visit: Making Workplaces Thrive: a positive approach to mental health ticketsRead More ..
Northern Ireland Tribunal Decision on calculating Holiday Pay: Costs and further complications for Employers The Belfast Employment Tribunal recently found the PSNI & the Police Authority for NI liable for not including overtime payments and certain allowances in the calculation of the holiday pay of police officers and civilian staff (Alexander Agnew and othersRead More ..
To what extent is an employer liable for the theft of personal data? Employees are trusted with a wide range of personal information, both sensitive and confidential, and have access to systems holding salary information, bank account details and other payroll information. Employers have a reasonable expectation that employees will only use this information inRead More ..
How to help your Organisation minimise the risk of Tribunal claims and also give itself the best chance to successfully defend them.Read More ..
This month the government launched the Gender Recognition Act consultation on how to make it less intrusive and bureaucratic for transgender people to change their legal gender on birth certificates. The Gender Recognition Act 2004 applies across the UK and sets out a process for obtaining a gender recognition certificate that enables transsexual peopleRead More ..
The GDPR countdown is underway and there is much work to be done by HR before the deadline. To help HR plan and prepare for the introduction of the GDPR, EEF NI will be delivering another one day seminar on Thursday, 3 May 2018.Read More ..