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# Joint Labour Committee

All time
# Employment
Bruton publishes plans to reform JLC wage system
Jobs minister Richard Bruton unveils plans to reinforce the Joint Labour Committee system that was ruled unconstitutional in July.
# restaurants
Over 90 per cent of restaurants in survey pass on VAT cut
The Restaurants Association of Ireland has said the abolition of Employment Regulation Order has had a positive effect for employment.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Sunday
In today’s Fix: Government minister warns of second bailout; Diarmuid Gavin’s multi-million euro garden; Tron resigns; Malta votes to legalise divorce; and Gabriel Byrne does Jedward, no really, he does…
# Labour Reforms
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore insists government is committed to labour reforms
Gilmore insisted this afternoon that whilst TDs were entitled to their opinions reforms to the Joint Labour Committee agreements are necessary, appearing to back under fire Richard Bruton.
# Wage row
Bruton continues to come under fire from Labour over wage agreements
Labour TDs have continued to criticise proposed reforms to wage agreements by the Minister for Enterprise, reportedly with the support of the Tánaiste and Labour leader Eamon Gilmore.