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Employment Law (2nd edition)

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Author(s): Bell, Andrew C.; Desmond, Helen; Jones, Emma; Antill, David;
Classification(s): Employment & labour law;
Readership / Audience Level: Undergraduate;Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly;Professional & Vocational
ISBN-13: 9780421828902
ISBN-10: 0421828900
Publication Date: 25 Aug 2006
Imprint: Sweet & Maxwell
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Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding / Product Type: Paperback / softback
Pages: 280
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Employment Law provides the reader with a clear, logical and progressive approach to the subject. Like all books in the Textbook Series it sets out a clear framework for the law without sacrificing the detail which is required for a proper understanding of the subject. The primary focus of this text is the individual employment relationship and the associated issues. The work covers such areas as the creation and key terms of the contract of employment, pay, discrimination, termination at common law and unfair dismissal, economic dismissal including transfer of undertakings, and the law relating to pregnancy and childbirth. * The new edition has been updated to incorporate recent UK and European case law developments and legislation, including the Employment Act 2002 * Enhanced by bi-annual online updates that will keep the text up-to-date

Formation of contract. Sources of terms of the contract. The duties of the parties to the contract of employment. The role of pay in the employment relationship. Variation, termination and discharge at common law. Discrimination. The right not to be unfairly dismissed. Economically motivated dismissals and the transfer of undertakings. Pregnancy and childbirth. Collective issues and the individual employment relationship.



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