Going on to the Employment Court
Parties unhappy with a determination by the Authority can challenge it in the Employment Court. Parts of the determination or the whole determination may be challenged. The Employment Relations Authority may also refer applications directly to the Employment Court.
The Employment Court usually follows the same formal procedures as other courts when it hears a case. Applicants must apply to the Employment Court within 28 days of the date of the Authority’s determination. Applicants must say whether they want the court to hear the whole matter again or to consider only specific parts of the Authority’s determination.
More information is available from the Employment Court website or community law offices.