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Employment Law 2nd ed

Edited by: Ailbhe Regan Maeve Murphy

ISBN13: 9781847663764
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847661623
Published: March 2017
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional (Ireland)
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: £196.00



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This practical guide to Irish employment law practice brings together the knowledge and expertise of Ireland’s leading employment, tax and pension practitioners. In-depth yet accessible, it supplies comprehensive legal information and clear advice on all aspects of employment and labour law in Ireland.

Contents includes:-

  • Sources of employment law ;
  • The employment relationship;
  • Pensions and benefits;
  • Employment equality;
  • Termination of employment;
  • Collective aspects of the employment relationship;
  • Trade unions and industrial relations;
  • Transfer of undertakings;
  • Immigration and cross-border issues;
  • Practice and procedure.
With a copy on your bookshelf, accurate legal advice and legislative detail covering all aspects of Irish employment and labour law will always be close to hand. Your firm and clients will benefit from the technical suggestions, tips and know-how to ensure complete legal compliance.

Subjects:
Irish Law
Contents:
Sources of employment law
The employment relationship
Pensions and benefits
Employment equality
Termination of employment
Collective aspects of the employment relationship
Trade unions and industrial relations
Transfer of undertakings
Immigration and cross-border issues
Practice and procedure.