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Employment Law in Context: An Introduction for HR Professionals 4th ed (mylawchamber)

ISBN13: 9781408270479
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781405874007
Published: March 2012
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £44.99

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Employment Law in Context is the perfect guide to the legal principles that students are likely to encounter on a day-to-day basis as a HR professional.

Written by experienced HR practitioners and covering all aspects of the employment relationship from beginning to end, the book also provides invaluable guidance on how to apply the legal principles across a range of practical workplace scenarios.

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Employment Law
Publisher's acknowledgements
About the Authors Guided tour
List of abbreivations
Table of cases
Table of statutes
Table of statutory instruments
Table of statutory codes of practice
Table of European Community Law
List of useful websites
Chapter 1: An introduction to Employment Law
Chapter 2: Regulating the Employment Relationship
Chapter 3: Managing change in the employment relationship
Chapter 4: The context of discrimination at work
Chapter 5: Equality law and the workplace
Chapter 6: Implementing equality in the workplace
Chapter 7: Harassment and bullying at work
Chapter 8: Discipline and dismissal
Chapter 9: Wages and equal pay
Chapter 10: Regulation of working time
Chapter 11: Family leave and work-life balance
Chapter 12: Health, safety and welfare at work
Chapter 13: Conclusion.
Appendix: Feedback on exercises