J for JurisdictionPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 11 May 2011
Aisling Butler writes:
“The systems of access, remedies, appeal and enforcement are now too complex. They lack coherence and consistency and are not user friendly at the point of access.” - Report of the Review Group on the Functions of the Employment Rights Bodies (published by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment in 2004).
The statutes which govern employment law in Ireland were intended to be user friendly, non-contentious and allow access to all parties without the need to seek legal advice and assistance. Unfortunately, as the system has developed, legislation has been drafted without consolidation and different fora have been established, which has left a system which is
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