ESB rows spurs radical overhaul of labour law

The government is preparing a radical overhaul of employment law, which will involve transforming the labour inspectorate into a standalone body with robust new powers to tackle workplace infringements.

18th March, 2006

The government is preparing a radical overhaul of employment law, which will involve transforming the labour inspectorate into a standalone body with robust new powers to tackle workplace infringements.

The Sunday Business Post has learned that several major legislative reforms are likely to emerge from the social partnership talks aimed at boosting the enforcement of employment regulations.

There was annoyance in government circles at last week’s revelations that a Polish sub-contractor, ZRE Katowice (Ireland) Construction,...

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