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Labour Court Decisions & Determinations to 17/07/14

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The Equality Tribunal publishes 9 decisions for June 2014

The Director of the Equality Tribunal, Mr Niall McCutcheon, has today published 9 Decisions of the Tribunal issued during the month of June as follows:  

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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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Live Feed - Workplace Relations in the Media

02 Aug
term. Workers, employers and unions will be able to apply to the Labour Court for a review of pay and pensions. Labour enterprise minister of state Ged Nash said the move was needed to amend...
Source: Irish Examiner
02 Aug
it would be imposing cost-saving measures on August 24. It comes after SIPTU confirmed its rail workers would strike on August 25, and said it had not ruled out further work stoppages. In a...
Source: Irish Independent
 
 
 

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