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This article is concerned with the conflicting perspectives of pay systems and structure that arise between legal opinion and labour economics/industrial relations theory and practice. It considers the progress of two equal pay claims concerning service-related pay involving the same employer,...
This paper seeks to identify, for the first time, trends in claimant use of the Irish Employment Equality Acts 1998–2008. Specifically, we examine types of claimant representation, the sectoral origin of claims and the outcomes of equality cases. Our findings are based on an analysis of 434...
If a dispute arises in an employment case with international elements, before the court or tribunal can adjudicate on the merits of the dispute, it will need to consider: (1) whether it has jurisdiction to hear the case, (2) what law to apply and (3) assuming English employment law applies,...
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