Essential points

  • The Labour Relations Commission (now called the Workplace Relations Commission) published a Code of Practice on Grievance and Discipline Procedures (SI No 146 of 2000).
  • The Code has a statutory basis, having been made as a statutory instrument under the Industrial Relations Act 1990. 

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