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Labour Court Decisions & Determinations to 19/06/15

Click 'Read More' to access a list of the most recent Labour Court Decisions.  

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Minister Bruton Delivers on Workplace Reform

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, TD today (Monday) welcomed the signing into law of the Workplace Relations Act 2015 and announced that the Act will be commenced on...  

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Minister Bruton welcomes MRCI paper on Childcare & Domestic Work Sector

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mr Richard Bruton TD, today (Wednesday) welcomed the publication by the Migrant Rights Centre of Ireland of a paper on childcare and the domestic w...  

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Welcome to Workplace Relations

 
  • Annual Leave

    Annual Leave

    All employees, full-time, part-time, temporary or casual, earn annual leave entitlements from the time they start work. Most employees are entitled to four weeks’ paid annual leave per leave year.

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  • Industrial Relations

    Industrial Relations

    The role of the State in Industrial Relations is primarily one of facilitating the relationship between trade unions and employers by providing the legislative framework within which they can operate and machinery to assist parties in dispute settlement.

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  • Contact Details

    Contact Details

    Contact Details and location maps for the various Workplace Relations bodies

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    Reform Update

    The reform of workplace relations structures and services, together with the Workplace Relations Act 2015, will take effect from 1 October 2015. The Workplace Relations Commission will then deal with all cases at first instance while an enhanced Labour Court will act as the single appeals body.

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