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The Global Workplace: International and Comparative Employment Law - Cases and Materials


ISBN13: 9780521847858
New Edition ISBN: 9781454815662
Published: March 2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £64.99



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With the forces of globalization as a backdrop, this casebook develops labor and employment law in the context of the national laws of nine countries important to the global economy - the US, Canada, Mexico, UK, Germany, France, China, Japan and India.

These national jurisdictions are highlighted by considering international labor standards promulgated by the International Labor Organization as well as the rulings and standards that emerge from two very different regional trade arrangements - the labor side accord to NAFTA and the European Union.

Across all these different sources of law, this book considers the law of individual employment, collective labor law dealing with unionization as well as the laws against discrimination, the laws protecting privacy and the systems used to resolve labor and employment disputes. This is the first set of law school course materials in English covering international and comparative employment and labor law.

  • Path-breaking casebook dealing with the burgeoning area of international and comparative employment law
  • First casebook to deal with international and comparative employment law in English
  • Authors will provide a website to update professors

Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
1. The study of international and comparative employment law
2. The international labor organization and International labor standards
3. The United States
4. Canadian labor and employment law
5. Mexican employment law
6. The regulatory approach of the North American Free Trade Agreement
7. The European Union
8. The United Kingdom
9. German labor and employment law
10. France
11. China
12. Japan
13. India
14. Pursuing international labor standards in US courts and through global codes of conduct.