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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Redundancy: Law and Practice 3rd ed isbn 9780199544172

Redundancy: Law and Practice 2nd ed

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Edited by: John McMullen

ISBN13: 9780421683907
ISBN: 0421683902
New Edition ISBN: 9780199544172
Published: December 2000
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

In addition to in-depth analysis of redundancy law, this book contains extensive practical information on the implementation of redundancies, including precedents, checklists and handy flowcharts. It contains information on the many changes since the last edition, including analysis of the Amended Acquired Rights Directive 98/50, and the Employment Relations Act 1999.

Changes include the reduction of qualifying periods for unfair dismissal and proposals relating to collective employment law.

* Text has been expanded to include legislative and case law developments
* Appendices, precedents, checklists and flowcharts all expanded to increase the practical nature of the book.

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Employment Law
Redundancy payments.; Qualifying factors.; The requirement of dismissal.; The definition of redundancy.; Re-employment. ;Death of an employer or employee.; Lay-off and short-time working.; Misconduct and strikes. ;Claiming and calculating a redundancy payment.; Employment protection rights associated with redundancy. ;Guarantee payments and time off to look for work or training.; Redundancy and unfair dismissal. ;Collective redundancies. ;Information and consultation on collective redundancies.; Contractual redundancy schemes.; The interface between redundancy and discrimination laws.; Appendices.