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Employment Law for Business Students 3rd ed isbn 9781405832762

Employment Law for Business Students 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780582472761
ISBN: 0582472768
New Edition ISBN: 9781405832762
Previous Edition ISBN: 0273635697
Published: May 2004
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



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This is a concise but comprehensive text aimed at business studies and other groups of students taking a course in employment law. This text describes the law as it applies in the workplace. It discusses the context of employment law, and covers the institutions of employment law, industrial tribunals, ACAS and European influences. The main body of employment law is detailed, giving statutory and case references.

The approach is practical and the law is designed to prove understandable to non-specialists. The theme is chronological based on an individual's employment from recruitment, formation of the employment contract, through to dismissal and redundancy.;Acts discussed are up to date and the text begins with a discussion of the context of employment law so that students can understand it's development.

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Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
Table of cases
table of statutes
table of statutory instruments
table of European directives and other materials: courts and tribunals, sources and institutions of employment law
discrimination in employment
the contrcat of employment
equal pay, maternity and othert individual employment rights
the use of disciplinary and grievance procedures
termination of the employment contract
redundancy and transfer of undretakings
trade unions, collective bargaining and industrial action
health and safety at work
settling disputes - taking a case to the employment tribunal
The Human Rights Act 1998.