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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Employment Law in Europe 3rd ed

Edited by: Elizabeth Field, Constanze Moorhouse

ISBN13: 9781780431147
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847662705
Published: March 2013
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback & CD-ROM
Price: £185.00 + £18.50 VAT

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The new edition of Employment Law in Europe is a practical and comprehensive guide to the national employment laws of 30 jurisdictions.

Each chapter is devoted to a different jurisdiction and follows the same structure, outlining the key employment issues in each: The employment relationship; Remuneration; Working time; Equal opportunities; Grounds for termination of Employment; Family rights; Business transfers; Collective rights; Employment disputes.

This invaluable book will help you to gain a basic grasp of the employment laws of Europe and an awareness of the issues that may be encountered in different jurisdictions. This book comes with a CD-ROM of quick reference comparative charts covering key terms and conditions, TUPE, and Collective Redundancies, which will allow you to easily compare and contrast the differing laws in each jurisdiction