Irish Employment Law Legislative UpdaterPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 9 September 2014
We are pleased to publish the fourth Irish Employment Law Legislative Updater, penned by Barra Lysaght BL.
The purpose of the tracker is to reflect discussions and pull together amendments in the Dáil to legislation that will be of interest to employers, employees and their representatives.
This issue sees the introduction of far-reaching reforms of the statutory infrastructure relating to the resolution and adjudication of employment related disputes, with the initiation of the Workplace Relations Bill 2014.
Adding to the list of bodies to be dissolved by the Workplace Relations Bill 2014 (included among them the Labour Relations Commission and the Employment Appeals Tribunal), the Irish
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