Employment Equality Amendments Comparison: NI, ROI and GB

Posted in : Comparative Employment Law Table on 20 August 2018
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Equality legislation differs in Ireland, Northern Ireland and GB. At the outset our experts notify listeners that there is a stark contrast between the GB Equality Act 2010 and the very fragmented anti-discrimination legislation in Northern Ireland. In Ireland, legislation includes the Employment Equality Act 1988, as amended, and more recently, the Equality Miscellaneous Provisions Act in 2015. Our experts highlight key developments in the equality sphere, including, gender pay gap reporting and compulsory retirement in Ireland.

Keywords: Equality and Discrimination; Gender Pay Gap

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This article is correct at 20/08/2018
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