The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has been established by government to act as an independent, statutory body, whose powers came into effect on October 1, under the Workplace Relations Act 2015.
It assumes the roles and functions previously carried out by the National Employment Rights Authority (NERA), Equality Tribunal (ET), Labour Relations Commission (LRC), Rights Commissioners Service (RCS), and the first-instance (Complaints and Referrals) functions of the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT).
The main functions of the WRC...
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