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Employment Law Directions

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ISBN13: 9780199548002
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
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Do you find it hard keeping up with the amount of employment law that you are required to learn?

In this fast-moving area of law, new legislation is never far away and getting to grips with the subject can be a challenge. Employment Law Directions addresses this taking a straightforward, step-by-step approach. Written in a lively, engaging and informal style the book guides you logically through the central issues of the subject to provide a clear, introductory guide to employment law.

No previous knowledge is assumed making this an ideal main textbook for anyone new to the study of employment law.

  • An engaging and lively writing style make this book an excellent entry point to the field of employment law
  • Innovative learning features including think boxes, case studies, self-test questions and diagrams encourage the student to reflect on their reading and further their understanding
  • Includes straightforward, easily digestible coverage of the key aspects of employment law
  • A free Online Resource Centre provides support to the main text including answers to the self test questions within the book, model question and answers, web links (inlcuding links to current case law and regular updates)

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Employment Law
1. Historical background of UK employment law and the impact of the EU
2. The contract of employment
3. Implied terms and duties
4. Employment status
5. Continuity of employment
6. Pre and post-dismissal statutory protection
7. Wrongful dismissal
8. Unfair dismissal
9. Redundancy
10. TUPE
11. Discrimination 1: sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment and marital status
12. Discrimination 2: race, religion and belief, disability and age
13. Employment procedure and tribunals
14. Health and safety law
15. Trade unions ;