NERA-National Employment Rights Authority

Workplace Relations Bill 2014 Set to Deliver Massive Changes in Employment Law and Prosecution of Employment Claims

The Workplace Relations Bill 2014, when enacted into law, will have a huge impact on how employment rights in Ireland will be protected. It is expected to become law on 1st October, 2015. The current confusing situation where you have five workplace relations bodies-the Labour Relations Commission (LRC), the National Employment Rights Authority (NERA), the …

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NERA-The National Employment Rights Authority: a Checklist for Employers

Let’s admit it. A letter from NERA can send a shiver down the spine of most employers. NERA (National Employment Rights Authority) is the statutory body appointed to ensure employers compliance with employment legislation in Ireland. It carries out regular inspections to fulfill it’s obligations and ensure compliance by employers. NERA also has the statutory power to prosecute …

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