A workplace relations commission (Wrc) worker’s letter is considered a form of employment application, and can be sent to the employer or a supervisor of the employee if there is a reasonable chance the worker is eligible to receive a job offer.
You can request that the letter be sent by post or email.
If the letter is returned unopened, you may be able to seek an injunction against the employer, which could result in your employer being fined.
This is not a legal action.
It is a matter for the workplace relations authority, which is responsible for enforcing employment law.
Find out more about what the rules are for the WRC.
A worker’s employment application can be returned by: the employer