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Guidelines and Application Form for Trade Union Negotiation Licence

The Trade Union Act, 1941 requires any body of persons which wishes to carry on negotiations on the fixing of wages or other conditions of employment to hold a negotiation licence granted by the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation. Once a trade union has satisfied all the conditions set down in the Act for the granting of a licence (minimum membership, High Court deposit, etc.), the Minister must grant it a negotiation licence.

Published by Workplace Regulation and Economic Migration

Topics: Industrial Relations

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