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Labour Court Decisions & Determinations to 09/04/14

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The Equality Tribunal publishes 6 decisions for March 2014

The Director of the Equality Tribunal, Mr Niall McCutcheon, has today published 6 Decisions of the Tribunal issued during the month of March as follows:  

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The Equality Tribunal publishes 10 decisions for February 2014

The Director of the Equality Tribunal, Mr Niall McCutcheon, has today published 10 Decisions of the Tribunal issued during the month of February as follows:  

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    Breaches of Employment Rights legislation are dealt with by NERA. The EAT and Labour Court deal with failures of employers to comply with Decisions of Adjudicators. In certain circumstances matters may be referred to the Courts.

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    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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Live Feed - Workplace Relations in the Media

24 Apr
‘Parents disgusted at teachers’ public fight’ reads the front page of the Irish Independent. The newspaper reports that parents were left ‘stunned’ as bitter infighting erupted in the country...
Source: Irish Independent
24 Apr
The Employment Appeals Tribunal made the ruling after finding Olatunji Lyinolakan had been unfairly dismissed By Gordon Deegan Retail giant Tesco has been ordered to pay €20,885 to a racially...
Source: Irish Mirror
 
 
 

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