Information and Consultation Forums Positively Impact in the WorkplacePosted in : HR Matters on 23 January 2015
Irish employers are faced with a large and increasing raft of employment legislation.
These pieces of legislation can result from Government initiatives. Others have arisen from the need to update or replace earlier legislation. But the triggers are not all internal to Ireland. Some arise by virtue of our membership of the EU.
For example, an EU directive from 2002 required EU member states to oblige employers to put in place information and consultation arrangements with employees. In Ireland this was achieved through the Employers (Provision of Information and Consultation) Act of 2006, updated in 2013.
The core of the legislation provides for the establishment of a
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This article is correct at 23/01/2015
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