New industrial relations system will ‘streamline hearings,

8th November, 2015
Richard Bruton, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation

The new streamlined industrial relations system, which went live on October 1, will deliver a 10 per cent cost reduction, 20 per cent cut in staff, and speedier hearings, when fully bedded in, according to the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton.

Prior to the new legislation, five bodies had determined work-related claims: the Labour Relations Commission, the Employment Appeals Tribunal, the Labour Court, the National Employment Rights Authority and the Equality Tribunal.

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