Statutory Dispute Resolution Procedures Etc - Changes for Northern Ireland AgreedPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 15 April 2010
The Department for Employment and Learning has just released details of the long-awaited policy response document in relation to the review of dispute resolution procedures in Northern Ireland.
"Disputes in the Workplace: a Systems Review" has had a long gestation period but is now available for all to read here:
The headline grabbers will doubtless be the repeal of the statutory grievance procedures (the dismissal procedures will be retained) and 'The Department will... develop an expanded LRA arbitration service that reflects some of the components of the Republic of Ireland’s Rights Commissioner Service and which is extended to cover all employment rights
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