SEOs Declared Invalid – Key Issues for Employers in IrelandPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 30 June 2020
The recent decision of the Irish High Court in National Electrical Contractors of Ireland v the Labour Court, the Minister for Business Enterprise and Innovation Ireland and the Attorney General (2019 No. 280 JR) will have a significant impact on employers and employees currently bound by Sectoral Employment Orders (SEO) in the electrical contracting, mechanical engineering, building and construction sectors.
Karen Killalea of the Maples Group provides an analysis of this decision and the key considerations for employers in Ireland.
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