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Collective Labour Law

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Gillian S. MorrisProfessor of Law, Brunel University, Timothy J. Archer

ISBN13: 9781841131771
ISBN: 1841131776
Published: August 2000
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £50.00



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Collective labour law is currently being transformed. This text covers all areas of collective labour law, statutory and common law. Relevant international provisions are also highlighted, together with the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and other international bodies. Recent developments are located in their thematic context, so enabling the reader to obtain an integrated analysis of areas such as statutory rights of representation and consultation, industrial action and union governance. It contains sufficient technical detail to meet the needs of the specialist labour law practitioner and academic, but is presented in a style which makes it accessible to those with no detailed prior knowledge of the subject.

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Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
Part 1 Collective labour law and human rights: the European convention on human rights and fundamental freedoms
collective labour law and the human rights act 1998
other international standards relevant to collective labour law.
Part 2 The legal regulation of trade unions: the role of the certification officer
the definition and legal classification of trade unions
common law regulation
statutory rights of trade union members
trade union elections - the statutory requirements
political activities.
Part 3 Trade unions and employers: the right to organize
the right not to join a trade union - the closed shop
contract compliance
rights of individual trade union members.
Part 4 Trade union recognition and collective bargaining: recognition of trade unions
derecognition of trade unions
protection against dismissal or other detriment for acts relating to the recognition procedure
the human rights act 1998 and recognition
collective bargaining and collective agreements
the effect of a transfer of the undertaking on recognition and collective agreements.
Part 5 Statutory rights of collective representation and consultation other than collective bargaining: the duty to consult on redundancies
the duty to consult on a transfer of the undertaking
health and safety
occupational pensions
training European works councils.
Part 6 Industrial action: liability for industrial action
the scope of statutory immunity
industrial action and ballots and notice to employers
civil law remedies
picketing
industrial action and contractual rights
industrial action and statutory rights
the rights of trade union members
appendices.