27/07/2016

LRA Announce Programme Of Events Focusing On Workplace Issues

The Labour Relations Agency (LRA) has announced a programme of events focusing on the many issues impacting on the workplace amongst employers and employees.

The programme will be held between September to December this year, led by experienced Advisory Officers.

The events are aimed to assist in dealing with the many employment issues that impact on the workplace, including becoming an employer, getting started as an employer, managing people, developing good practice at work and resolving conflict.
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The free events, which are a mixture of briefings, seminars and workshops, also raise awareness of relevant legislation and promote and develop good practice.

A range of events are planned during the programme and will take place at the LRA's offices in Belfast and Londonderry over the coming months including:

• Annual review of employment law

• Conducting employment investigations

• Fair recruitment and selection

• Resolving workplace disputes

• Handling discipline and grievance

• Legal implications of workplace stress

• Managing performance

• Managing sickness absence

• Social media and the employment relationship

More information on the events, and how to register can be found on the LRA website.

(MH/CD)

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