Industrial Relations Act 1946
Proposals by joint labour committees in relation to remuneration and conditions of employment.
42.— (1) Subject to the provisions of this section, a joint labour committee may submit to the Court proposals for fixing the minimum rates of remuneration to be paid either generally or for any particular work to all or any of the workers in relation to whom the committee operates, and such proposals may provide for a minimum weekly remuneration for all or any of such workers.
(2) Subject to the provisions of this section, a joint labour committee may submit to the Court proposals for regulating the conditions of employment of all or any of the workers in relation to whom the committee operates.
(3) A joint labour committee shall not submit proposals under this section for revoking or amending an employment regulation order unless the order has been in force for at least six months.
Modifications (not altering text):
Declared unconstitutional: Industrial Relations Act 1946 (26/1946), ss. 42, 43 and 45 and Industrial Relations Act 1990 (19/1990), s. 48 provide for the making of employment regulation orders. These provisions and employment regulation orders made under them were declared unconstitutional (7.07.2011) in John Grace Fried Chicken Ltd and Others v Catering Joint Labour Committee and Others  IEHC 277. The Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2012 (32/2012) was enacted in response to this decision.