CAC

Key Points

  • The Central Arbitration Committee (“CAC”) is a non-departmental public body which assists with resolving certain types of collective employment related disputes.
  • It seeks to resolve disputes through both voluntary agreement and, where necessary, formal adjudication.

Its role and function has changed greatly since its initial creation current function is discussed, in the card below.

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