Employment Tribunal Procedures Comparison: Ireland, NI and GBPosted in : Comparative Employment Law Table on 20 August 2018 Issues covered:
In this podcast our experts outline the tribunal/adjudication processes in Northern Ireland, Ireland and GB, highlighting the key differences and the avenues for appeal.
The podcast considers the areas of Costs; Early Conciliation; LRA; Acas; Workplace Relations Act 2015; Labour Court.
The following recording features the voices of Mark McAllister, an Employment Relations Manager from the Labour Relations Agency, and Ciara Fulton, a partner in the employment law firm of Jones Cassidy Brett. Ciara is dual qualified and practises law throughout the island of Ireland. They are interviewed by Scott Alexander of Legal-Island and discuss recent employment law developments in the three
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