EWC Conference in Irland

Dublin, 29 - 31 March 2023

So far, the EWC Academy has held six symposia in London. With Brexit we are moving these to Dublin, as many UK and US companies have done with their EWCs. Irish law does not meet all the standards of the EU Directive (see: https://www.ewc-news.com/en022022.htm#2). Simultaneous interpretation will be provided for the meeting. The evening programme includes a visit to the Guinness Storehouse, the historic brewery with a panoramic view of the city.


Programme:

Dr Werner Altmeyer, Hamburg

Managing Director of the EWC Academy

   
  • The significance of Irish EWC law and initial experience with legal disputes
  • The particularities of Anglo-Saxon style EWC agreements (even if they are not subject to Irish law)
  • The current status of the draft bill on the revision of the EWC Directive in the European Parliament

Prof Dr Roland Erne, Dublin

Professor of European Integration and Employment Relations at University College Dublin

 
  • Irish industrial relations from a continental European perspective
  • Workplace representation by trade unions and by information and consultation committees
  • Election of Irish delegates to the European Works Council
  • Current debates on the reform of Irish industrial relations

Prof Dr Anthony Kerr, Dublin

Professor of the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin and Senior Counsel at the Bar of Ireland

 
  • The role of the Workplace Relations
 Commission (WRC) and the Labour 
 Court in EWC issues
  • A special feature of Irish law: arbitration in EWC matters
  • The legal process for breaches of EWC law and the imposition of sanctions
  • The current status of the infringement proceedings of the European Commission
 

Organisational

Venue:
Spencer Hotel
Excise Walk, IFSC, Dublin 1,
Ireland, D01 X4C9
www.thespencerhotel.com

Conference price:
€ 1,595.-
plus VAT
The price includes participation in the conference, simultaneous interpretation, social event and all catering during the event

Suggested accommodation at Spencer Hotel:
€ 195.-
per night including breakfast and VAT
Other hotels are available in the immediate vicinity, 
also at lower prices.

Social event:
Visit to the Guinness Storehouse, the former brewery
which is today a museum showing the 250-year history of Irish beer. On the top floor is the Gravity Bar, where you can enjoy a pint of Guinness and a 360-degree panoramic view of Dublin.
www.guinness-storehouse.com/en

 

 

 

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