Bruton publishes proposals for single structure to replace five employment rights bodies

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 15 August 2011 Issues covered:

We have heard today that the Minister has announced the 5 week consultation period and has published the following paper on reform of the State’s employment rights and industrial relations structures, inviting submissions from interested parties by 16th September next. The proposals are aimed at providing Ireland with a world-class employment rights system, as well as reducing costs for taxpayers and users of the system.

The proposals published by the Minister today include the following:

* A new integrated two-tier structure to replace the five existing employment rights bodies
* Individuals would always be able to take their own case and would not have to rely on a legal representative, a

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