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Discrimination in Employment: Law and Practice

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ISBN13: 9780752001647
ISBN: 0752001647
Published: December 1995
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £243.00



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Discrimination law is complex and breaches are becoming increasingly costly. Last year, industrial tribunals dealt with one third more sex discrimination cases, and since the compensation limit was abolished, awards have grown by 45 per cent - making it essential for practitioners to keep ahead of events in this key area of employment law. Discrimination in Employment: Law and Practice provides authoritative guidance and a practical approach to help practitioners fully understand the principles involved. Every aspect of discrimination in the work place - from sex and race discrimination and equal pay issues to religion and disability - is examined in this work, which means that practitioners can advise clients with confidence that they are not missing any area. Written in a clear and comprehensive style for ease of use, it includes a guide to the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, and explains the rights and obligations of both employers and employees as defined by UK and particularly EU law and case law. The authors, both well known employment specialists, provide authoritative commentary combined with practical guidance in the form of user-friendly precedents and checklists to h

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Subjects:
Discrimination Law, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Introductions
Part 1: Sex and Race Discriminations
Introduction to the legislations
Exemptions and liabilitiessDiscrimination in practices
Enforcements
Part 2: Equal pays
The right of equal terms
Exclusions and defencess
Procedure in equal pay claimss
Challenging sources of unequal pays
Part 3: Other Discriminations