Preparing for an EAT HearingPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 27 March 2009
David McCarroll of RDJ Glynn Solicitors reviews what a trip to the EAT actually means.
So, the Employment Appeals Tribunal? As subscribers to Legal Island, you read about their determinations all the time. As employers, you no doubt try to stay out of the Tribunal! But if and when you are required to attend, what can you expect? How does it work and how is it different to more formal court proceedings?
The Tribunal was set up in 1968. It provides a speedy, fair, inexpensive and informal means for individuals to seek remedies for alleged infringements of their statutory rights. Originally it only dealt with disputes under the Redundancy Payments Act, 1967.However, there are now fifteen areas
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