Are you an employer? Employee?
Are you confused about the employment related claims that can be brought to the WRC?
If an employee wants to bring an employment related complaint or claim to the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC), he/she must fill out a standard form available on their website.
There are 15 options for complaint on their complaint form (although the complaint form says there are 16).
We have recently written articles about each one of those complaints. Here they are:
- 12 Pay Related Employment Claims Employers and Employees Should Know About
- 7 Employment Claims in Relation to Hours of Work You Should Know About
- Terms and Conditions of Employment-5 Employment Claims Commonly Brought to the WRC
- The Zen Guide to Unfair Dismissal Claims
- Complaints to the WRC Under Industrial Relations Act, 1969
- Discrimination and Equality Based Claims in the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC)
- 8 Claims for Penalisation in Irish Employment Law
- 10 Claims to the WRC Which Protect Employees’ Whistleblowing Reports
- 8 Redundancy/Employer Insolvency Claims to the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC)
- The Protection of Young People at Work-6 Complaints to the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC)
- 3 Complaints About Minimum Notice to the WRC
- 10 TUPE (Transfer of Undertaking) Claims in the WRC (Workplace Relations Commission)
- 6 Claims Part Time or Fixed Term Workers Can Bring to the WRC
- Parental, Carers, Maternity and Adoptive Leave Claims to the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC)
- 4 Agency Work Claims in the WRC