Labour Court Publishes Annual Report for 2017Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 15 August 2018
The mission statement of the Labour Court is "to provide high quality, fair and impartial arrangements for the resolution of industrial disputes and the determination of appeals in disputes based on employment law".
In this article we provide a summary of the key findings of the Labour Court Annual Report for 2017.
Key findings of the report:
In 2017, the Labour Court
• Received 1093 referrals
• Held 708 hearings
• Issued 530 Recommendations / Determinations / Decisions / Orders
• Investigated 152 cases that were settled prior to or at a hearing In addition, 202 appeals were withdrawn by parties during 2017 prior to hearing. A further 141 cases were on hold at year end and
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This article is correct at 15/08/2018
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