National Minimum Wage Act, 2000

Referral of decision of rights commissioner to Labour Court for determination.

31.—(1) Where a decision of a rights commissioner in relation to a dispute under this Act has not been fully complied with by the employer concerned and the time for bringing an appeal against the decision has expired and no such appeal has been brought or if such an appeal has been brought it has been abandoned, the employee concerned may bring the dispute before the Labour Court and the Labour Court shall, without hearing the employer concerned or any evidence (other than in relation to the matters aforesaid), make a determination to the like effect as the decision of the rights commissioner.

(2) The bringing of a dispute before the Labour Court under subsection (1) shall be effected by giving to it a notice in writing containing such particulars, if any, as may be determined by the Labour Court.