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Tolley's Employment Handbook (26th Revised edition)

Our Price: £120.00 
Author(s): By Members of 11 King's Bench Walk;
Classification(s): Employment & labour law;
ISBN-13: 9780754545279
ISBN-10: 075454527X
Publication Date: 31 Jul 2012
Imprint: Tolley
Availability: OUT OF PRINT
REPLACED BY: 9780754546818
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Publisher: LexisNexis UK
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding: Paperback

Tolley's Employment Handbook is written in a clear, highly accessible style, covering every aspect of employment law.

The handbook is designed to assist you with every query you may have on routine subjects, such as maternity benefits and recruitment, and to provide expert guidance on more sensitive areas of the law such as sex discrimination and redundancy.

The 26th edition is up-to-date with all recent changes in employment law and will help you understand exactly how these developments affect you, your company, your employees or your clients.


1. Introduction;

2. Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS);

3. Children and young persons;

4. Codes of practice;

5. Collective agreements;

6. Continuous employment;

7. Contract of employment;

8. Directors;

9. Disclosure of information;

10. Dispute resolution;

11. Education and training;

12. Employee. Self-Employed or worker?
13. Employee participation;

14. Employee's past criminal convictions;

15. Employment aspects of the Equality Act 2010;

16. Employment Tribunals I;

17. Employment Tribunals II;

18. Employment Tribunals III;

19. Engagement of employees;

20. Equal Pay;

21. European Community Law;

22. Foreign employees;

23. Health and Safety at Work I;

24. Health and Safety at Work II;

25. Holidays;

26. Human rights;

27. Insolvency of employer;

28. Less-favourable treatment of part-time workers;

29. Maternity and parental rights;

30. Pay I;

31. Pay II;

32. Probationary employees;

33. Public Sector employees;

34. Redundancy I;

35. Redundancy II;

36. References;

37. Restraint of trade. Confidentiality and employee interventions;

38. Retirement;

39. Service lettings;

40. Sickness and sick pay;

41. Strikes and industrial action;

42. Taxation;

43. Temporary and seasonal employees;

44. Termination of employment;

45. Time off work;

46. Trade unions I;

47. Trade unions II;

48. Transfer of undertakings;

49. Unfair dismissal I;

50. Unfair dismissal II;

51. Unfair dismissal III;

52. Vicarious liability;

53. Working time;

54. Wrongful dismissal.

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