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The fifth anniversary of the statutory recognition procedure in Schedule A1 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 presents a timely opportunity to evaluate the Central Arbitration Committee’s (CAC) work in administering the recognition procedure. This article analyses...
The Employment Equality (Age) Regulations, which implement the Framework Directive on Equal Treatment and Occupation, take effect in October 2006. Tackling age discrimination is seen to be a means of achieving a more diverse workforce, yet in trying to achieve this objective there have been...
The characteristics of age discrimination as provided for in the Employment Equality (Age) Discrimination Regulations set it apart from existing anti-discrimination schemes. The ambit of the Regulations is limited to the employment field. Within this area, the legislation does not simply seek to...
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