New Certification Officer Appointed For NI

Economy Minister Gordon Lyons has announced the appointment of Tom Evans as the new Certification Officer for Northern Ireland.

Mr Evans will hold the role of Certification Officer for Northern Ireland until 14 June 2027.

Minister Lyons said: "I am delighted that Tom Evans has accepted the role as the Certification Officer for Northern Ireland.
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"I am confident he will bring significant experience to the role, coupled with his deep understanding of Employment Relations issues, and a keen awareness of the importance of good practice."

This appointment is made in accordance with the Code of Practice issued by the Commissioner for Public Appointments for Northern Ireland.

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