Proposed Reforms of Employment Rights and Industrial Relations Structures and Procedures - Submissions PublishedPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 27 October 2011
The Department for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, has published responses to the proposed reforms of Employment Rights and Industrial Relations Structures and Procedures. 65 submissions were received, including one from Legal-Island.
The associated report notes that, "While there may be different views on various aspects, on the precise shape of the new structure and/or the locus of responsibility for particular procedures, there is a significant consensus around the need for reform."
The main thrust of the changes is to move to a simplified two-tier structure. Some headline issues in the report:
* While there was broad consensus on the need for minimising the number
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