Insights

Stratis Consulting is regularly called upon to provide insightful commentary and perspectives on topics of interest to our clients including:

  • Developments in People Strategies and Employee Relations - trends in employee reward and recognition, employment law, significant third party decisions, workplace reforms, industrial disputes including disputes in essential services etc.
     

  • Labour Market Developments such as e.g. Minimum Wage, Living Wage, Public Sector Pay and Reform, Pensions, Skills Development and ‘Future of Work’ issues.
     

  • Research on topics of relevance to our clients including workplace innovation, total remuneration, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and strategic people issues.

For further information or to schedule an appointment please contact Brendan McGinty:

 

T +353 1 216 6302

M +353 87 2433038

E brendan.mcginty@stratis.ie

Recent Posts

May 20, 2020

This article was originally published on 03.03.20. Given the constantly changing environment, since then, this article was updated on 20.05.20. Here is the updated article...

Several campaigns by trade unions, and in particular Public Sector Trade Unions, with the...

May 15, 2020

Introduction

As employers and workers come to grips with the implications of the National Return to Work Safely Protocol published by the Irish Government, some key questions have arisen as employers work through the many issues they have to consider in preparing to reo...

May 11, 2020

You will be aware of the publication over the weekend by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation of the above Protocol which represents an important milestone on the road to getting Ireland back to work. 

It is critical that we get as many businesses back...

April 23, 2020

Introduction

While organisations adopt different performance management systems, most seek to create better alignment between their business strategy, performance outcomes and how they reward employees for achieving individual, team and organisation-wide results. Some o...

April 23, 2020

Distributive Bargaining v Interest-based Bargaining

Power has a huge influence over the outcome of a negotiation. Distributive bargaining heavily relies on power to achieve the best result, which usually involves one party ‘losing’. Interest-based bargaining requires bo...

April 23, 2020

Introduction

In extremely volatile times where the outlook for many organisations is uncertain, the need for resilience has never been greater.

Organisations likely to emerge from the Covid-19 crisis in a relatively strong position are those who can adapt quickly in the...

April 23, 2020

Introduction

What does retirement mean to people today? A 65 year old person today (ignoring Covid-19 for the moment) can expect to live another 20 years on average. The questions arise as to whether people want to stop working for such a long part of their lives and mo...

April 23, 2020

Introduction

There is no doubt the Covid –19 pandemic brought significant and immediate challenges to the role of HR in every organisation irrespective of size. Whether classed as an essential service or not, employers had to change the way they worked and fast. This in...

April 23, 2020

The implications of Covid-19 have been swift and deep. Most organisations are responding in the best way they can and are prioritising temporary decisions over permanent ones to deal with the immediate crisis. However, it is also apparent that several employers are mov...

April 23, 2020

The Irish Government is designing a strategy to gradually exit ‘lockdown’ measures. We can expect this will allow some businesses to reopen and have employees return to the workplace, with some countries and industries already having made the first moves.  

Employe...

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