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Unfair Dismissal: Law, Practice & Guidance (2nd edition)

Our Price: £160.00 
Author(s): Duggan, Michael;
Classification(s): Employment & labour law;
ISBN-13: 9781908013149
ISBN-10: 1908013141
Publication Date: 31 May 2013
Imprint: Nova Law and Finance Ltd
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Publisher: Nova Law and Finance Ltd
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 350
Dimensions: W: 192 mm / H: 264 mm

This book will be essential reading for all practitioners in the area, be they lawyers, personnel officers or policy makers. Extensive precedents and samples are provided to complement its sister work, Contracts of Employment.

In the current economic climate, the law of unfair dismissal has taken on a new significance as employees will be all the more prepared to make claims when the sums are potentially so much greater than in the past. Employers and their advisers must be carefully attuned to preventing actions as well as prepared to defend them. This book sets out the substantive and procedural law that must be followed if employers are to avoid unfair dismissal claims and if employees are to ensure their rights are protected. Where possible areas of guidance are set out alphabetically for ease of reference.

This work is the most comprehensive and complete text available on the topic, thoroughly referenced with particularly clear summaries of the case law making it ideal for the litigator on either side. Thorough commentary and cross-referencing to the companion work Contracts of Employment, ensures that pre-emptive advice is possible before termination to avoid unfair dismissal claims.




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