9A : Employment Rights Disputes: Work Organisation, Employment Status, Right to information and Payment of Wages
Designed to help trade union officials make most effective use of the Revised Industrial Relations Mechanisms introduced under the Workplace Relations Act, 2015.
- Code: IRCODE 9A
- Date: May 15, 2018 - May 28, 2018
- Time : 9:30 to 17:00; registration on first day at 9:15
- Duration : 3 days, May 15, 22 & 28 2018
- Venue : ICTU, Parnell Square, Dublin 1
- Location: Dublin
- Subject: Employment Law, Collective Bargaining, Industrial Relations Bodies
- Cost: No fee for nominees of Congress Affiliated Unions.
Contact Details for This Course
Please mention Union Learning when booking this course.
Organisation : Irish Congress of Trade Unions
Name : Mr Frank Vaughan
Job title : Director of Learning
Postal address :
31/32 Parnell Square
Dublin Co. Dublin
Telephone number : +353 1 889 7777
Fax number : +353 1 887 2012
Email address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : http://www.ictu.ie
About this course
This course will present an overview of sources of law, writing submissions, necessary proofs, presenting evidence, dealing with appeals, the protocols and procedures of the Labour Court and also consider the Mediation and Adjudication services of the WRC. This course will explore the law relating to some terms and conditions of employment and will include consideration of the following Acts*:
•Organisation of Working Time Act 1997,
•European Communities (Protection of Employees on Transfer of Undertaking) Regulations 2003.
•Terms of Employment (Information) Act 1994
•Payment of Wages Act 1993
*Proposed legislation based on the Competition (Amendment) Bill 2017 (dealing with freelance workers and a definition of “bogus self-employment”) and any amendments to the Terms of Employment (Information) Act 1994 and the Organisation of Working Time Act 1997 to deal with “banded hours” will also be covered in this course if enacted.
Who should attend?
The courses are designed for officials of affiliated unions who need to fully understand the new procedures of the WRC and who may need to make submissions, directly or by referral, to the Labour Court.
Use the booking link to request a place on this course. Applications are subject to union approval.
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Course added on: 30/06/2017
Details last updated on: 10/07/2017