Brendan Howlin TD, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform has been confirmed to deliver the keynote address at the PAI annual HR conference, taking place this Thursday, September 27 in the Westin Hotel, Dublin. Kieran Mulvey, CEO of the Labour Relations Commission will chair the timely conference. A host of additonal speakers will explore a number of key themes emerging in public sector HR at this full day conference, notably the Croke Park Agreement, its performance to date and the prospects of the agreement going forward. Speakers will also discuss recent innovations in public sector industrial relations and consider innovations in pay, as well as promotions and performance.
Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin TD to speak at PAI annual HR Conference
With so many changes occurring in public sector HR since the onset of the financial crisis, the conference is an opportunity to consider a number of questions, for example, are they temporary or lasting adjustments?What does the future hold for public sector employees and management? What positive changes might be expected over the coming years in public sector HR? The conference, sponsored by Arthur Cox and Softworks, will be of particular interest for managers, employees and trade unions.
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