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The Equality Tribunal publishes 6 decisions for September 2014

The Director of the Equality Tribunal, Mr Niall McCutcheon, has today published 6 Decisions of the Tribunal issued during the month of September 2014  

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Labour Court Decisions & Determinations to 07/10/14

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

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NERA Publishes Annual Review for 2013

This review outlines the inspection, information and enforcement activities of NERA in 2013 and includes a list of all prosecutions where a Court imposed a sanction. The Review also provides budget...  

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Welcome to Workplace Relations

 
  • Domestic Workers

    Domestic Workers

    Domestic workers enjoy the same protection under Irish employment legislation as all other legally employed workers. Designations such as 'Au Pair' do not in themselves mean that a person working in a home is not an employee under Irish law.

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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 news

    The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mr. Richard Bruton, TD, has initiated a reform of the State's services in the areas of employment, equality and industrial relations. The plan sees the replacement of the current 5 bodies with a new two-tier structure.

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