Wednesday November 25, 2020

Firms that breach pay order will be named

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

23rd May, 2015

Employers who cannot afford to comply with new sectoral pay orders will have their names published on the internet.

The power for collective wage agreements to be imposed in sectors of the economy was abolished in 2013 after the Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional.

But the government’s new industrial relations bill is going to allow such sectoral pay agreements to be put back in place in areas such as construction, hotels and catering....

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