There’s a real sting in the tail of the legislation which provides for minimum rates of pay-the National Minimum Wage Act, 2000. That sting is… Read More »Minimum Wage Rates in Ireland-the Minimalist Guide to the National Minimum Wage Act, 2000
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Employment Regulation Orders and Registered Employment Agreements-What You Need to Know in Plain English
Employment regulation orders (ERO) were held to be invalid by the High Court in 2011. Registered employment agreements (REA) were struck down by the Supreme… Read More »Employment Regulation Orders and Registered Employment Agreements-What You Need to Know in Plain English