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Where is the ROI in having an Information and Consultation Forum?

In Employee Engagement, Information and Consultation, Information and Consultation Forums, Policies and Procedures, Uncategorized, Work Councils,

This post is the 4th in a 4-part series on Information and Consultation Forums (ICFs).  The first post outlined some reasons for proactively establishing an ICF and also described the benefits that can flow from having an ICF in the workplace.  The second post discussed how to set up a robust ICF that is fit for purpose.  The third post …

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Ensuring operational effectiveness and compliance : Information and Consultation Part 3

In Employee Engagement, Employee Representatives, Information and Consultation, Information and Consultation Forums, Policies and Procedures, Uncategorized, Work Councils,

This post is the 3rd in a series on Information and Consultation Forums (ICFs). The first post outlined the reasons for proactively establishing an ICF and also described the benefits that can flow from having an ICF in the workplace.  The second post discussed how to set up a robust ICF that is fit for purpose. The ideal would be …

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Building Commitment and Trust in the Workplace: Information and Consultation Part 2

In Communications Policy, Employee Engagement, Information and Consultation, Information and Consultation Forums, Policies and Procedures, Uncategorized, Work Councils,

Last month’s post described the reasons for proactively establishing an Information and Consultation Forum (ICF) in a business – as well as the benefits that can flow from having an ICF in the workplace. But to get to that point we now need to look at the mechanics of setting up an ICF and also what to look out for …

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Information and Consultation Forums Positively Impact in the Workplace

In Communications Policy, Employee Engagement, Employee Representatives, Information and Consultation, Information and Consultation Forums, Policies and Procedures, Work Councils,

Irish employers are faced with a large and increasing raft of employment legislation. These pieces of legislation can result from Government initiatives. Others have arisen from the need to update or replace earlier legislation. But the triggers are not all internal to Ireland. Some arise by virtue of our membership of the EU. For example, an EU directive from 2002 …