The Future Direction of Employment Law in Northern Ireland - Ploughing Our Own Furrow?

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 16 January 2013 Issues covered:

Each year we bring you our hopefully ever-popular annual reviews of employment law and with each year comes an increasing realisation that HR and employment law practitioners can no longer rely on the expectation that what happens in GB will eventually happen in NI.

The latter part of 2012 demonstrated that for better or worse Northern Ireland is in full devolution mode regarding employment law and key stakeholders were becoming more vocal on what direction they believed local employment law should go.

The balancing act of keeping all stakeholders happy is nigh on impossible and the situation is made more complex by the existence of constructs such as –
* GB parity principles,
* the influence

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