Cost: €100 per person for the 4 modules
Date: 8th Jan 12th Feb 11th March 8th April 2020
Time: 9.30am to 5pm
Venue: Talbot Hotel Carlow
Contact: Jacqueline 059 9132152 / email@example.com
HR Best Practice for Nursing Homes With Bill Canning
Bill Canning is a HR Consultant with clients in both the public and private sector throughout the country.
He has over 20 years’ experience in HR Consultancy and Employment Law and is a member of CIPD Ireland. Bill also holds a qualification in Mediation from NCI and an Advanced Diploma in Employment Law from Kings Inns.
Whilst regularly holding workshops and training days for Nursing Homes, Bill has much experience in this sector and feels that this course will greatly benefit all who attend.
The modules to be covered over the 4 days are:
Module 1: 8th January 2020
Public Holidays, holiday pay, premium payments and related entitlements.
The vast majority of businesses in Ireland and in particular Nursing Homes, incorrectly calculate bank holiday payments as well as annual holiday entitlements. This workshop will clear up any ambiguity and will introduce legal advice on ensuring that this is done correctly.
Module 2: 12th February 2020
WRC inspections and what will be required in the event of an Audit
The WRC have increased audits of Nursing Homes in recent months/years and require the same standard of all facilities. This talk will discuss what is exactly required to have in place, in order to pass such an audit.
Module 3: 11th March 2020
Important HR documentation and what to prioritise in your Care facility.
In the event of a dispute with a staff member, this workshop will itemise and list all documentation required to assist the nursing home define their processes and procedures so as not to leave themselves open to difficulties.
Module 4: 8th April 2020
Disciplinary and grievance procedures in line with Nursing Home best practice.
With litigation and disputes on the increase, this final workshop will outline the exact procedure required of a Nursing Home to investigate any allegations or incidents, as well as outlining the obligation that employees/employers may have in raising a grievance.