Longain, Michelle Ni
May 2007
People Management;5/31/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p21
The article discusses decisions in two court cases which alter the manner in which Irish employers should approach workplace disputes and deferred bonus schemes. The first case sheds light on the role of the Irish Labour Court in the resolution of disputes in non-unionised workplaces. The implications of the second case for Irish employers in the drafting of deferred bonus schemes and long-term incentives plan are also discussed.


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