- Representation in the Workplace Relations Commission
- Representation in the Labour Court
- Representation in the Courts to include High Court and Circuit Court
- Representation Employers and employees in all areas of Employment disputes in Tribunals and the Courts
Disputes or complaints are generally categorised under two headings:
a) Disputes/Complaints relating to statutory rights (e.g. minimum pay, terms, hours of work, rest breaks, redundancy entitlements, payment of wages, etc.). These are generally addressed by means of adjudication by a Rights Commissioner, the Employment Appeals Tribunal, an Equality Officer or the Labour Court or by means of inspection depending on the legislation involved,
b) Disputes/complaints which arise out of conflicting interests. These are generally addressed by the State's Conciliation and Mediation Services and, in certain circumstances, by the Labour Court.