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Employment Law (3rd Revised edition)

Our Price: £29.99 
Author(s): Upex, Robert; Benny, Richard; Hardy, Stephen;
Classification(s): Employment & labour law;
Series: Core Texts Series
ISBN-13: 9780199232864
ISBN-10: 0199232865
Publication Date: 5 Feb 2009
Imprint: Oxford University Press
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REPLACED BY: 9780199579105
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 568
Dimensions: W: 156 mm / H: 234 mm

In its third edition (previously entitled Labour Law), Employment Law Core Text has emerged as an extremely valuable student text, providing balanced coverage of the key legislative provisions impacting on employment relationships. Tailored to meet the needs of employment law modules, the authors' straightforward approach ensures that the text guides students concisely through the ever changing legislative maze of employment law. Areas of recent development are clearly highlighted, particularly relating to discrimination and equal pay, which are now chapters in their own right. The chapter summaries, self-test questions, and further reading sections enable students to critically self-test themselves as well as aiding exam preparation.

1. Introducing employment law;

2. The European dimension;

3. Human rights;

4. Contract of employment;

5. Discrimination law;

6. Equal pay and wages;

7. Work/life balance;

8. Termination of employment;

9. Unfair dismissal;

10. Redundancy;

11. Transfers of undertaking;

12. Trade unions and their members;

13. Collective bargaining;

14. Industrial action



Author Biography

Robert Upex is Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Surrey. Richard Benny is Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Surrey. Stephen Hardy is a Barrister.

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