Ibec chief lobbies for more employer influence on Labour Court’s positions

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
9th June, 2019

Danny McCoy, the chief executive of employers’ representative group Ibec, lobbied enterprise minister Heather Humphreys to get more employer involvement in appointments to the Labour Court and Workplace Relations Commission.

McCoy told The Sunday Business Post he had made the call to Humphreys because he wanted to impress upon her the need for Labour Court and WRC members who understood the changing nature of the labour force. The lobbying was intended to ensure that...

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