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

August 24, 2020

Introduction

We have all heard the phrase “Culture eats strategy for breakfast”. The phrase is widely accredited to Peter Drucker and apparently was a guiding principle of Mark Fields, who was the President of Ford from 2014 - 2017. The simple logic being that any organ...

August 24, 2020

Introduction

Why do the best sports people in the world have psychological coaches? How is it that people perform differently on different occasions? If the talent and competence has not changed between one occasion and the next why is it that we do not all perform to o...

August 24, 2020

New Measures to Support New Ways of Working

The Irish Government has committed in its Programme for Government to bringing forward proposals on a right to disconnect and will consider a role for the Workplace Relations Commission in drawing up a code in this area. This...

August 24, 2020

In September the Public Sector Unions and Senior Public Servants from Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (DPER) and the Department of Finance (DOF) will commence discussions on a successor agreement to the Public Service Stability Agreement. (PSSA) 

This forthc...

August 24, 2020

Start with the end in mind…

Whenever an organisation is contemplating any decision in respect of an employee, consideration must be given to where this could end up and what the likely outcome of a third-party hearing will be. The potential for claims exists with regard...

August 24, 2020

The experience of many workers of working from home during the Covid-19 crisis has led to a greater interest in remote working arrangements generally. Many expect that the proportion of people working from home on a regular basis once the crisis is over will increase s...

August 24, 2020

A Quick Recap

The unprecedented shock to the Irish economy from Covid-19 has impacted on all aspects of Irish society. Whole swathes of business activity shuddered to a halt, with a collapse in employment levels, when the lock-down commenced on 28th March and is only no...

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...

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