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The Industrial Relations (Northern Ireland) Order 1992

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Period of employment necessary to qualify for statement of reasons for dismissal

99.—(1) In Article 48(2) of the No. 1 Order (employee not entitled to written statement of reasons for dismissal unless continuously employed for six months), for “six months” there shall be substituted “not less than two years”.

(2) The following paragraph shall be inserted after paragraph (2) of Article 48 of that Order—

(2A) The Department may by order add to, vary, revoke or exclude the operation of paragraph (2)..

(3) In Article 80(2) of that Order (orders) after “37A(7),” there shall be inserted “48(2A),”.

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