Impact of the Workplace Relations Act 2015 on Unfair Dismissal CasesPosted in : Labour & Superior Court Case Law Review Panel on 23 July 2019
This review considers what impact the Workplace Relations Act 2015 and the adjudication process has had on how cases of Unfair Dismissal have been handled. David Fagan, Business Legal, reviews changes to the law; changes to procedures; trends with regard to awards and settlements and appeals to the Labour Court.
Some practical changes in Unfair Dismissals hearings over the past few years
The Workplace Relations Act 2015 is now well bedded in. With the running off of old Employment Appeals Tribunals cases long completed and the experience of several years of Unfair Dismissals cases under the new regime, we are in a good position to point out both the procedural and
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This article is correct at 23/07/2019
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