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The new age discrimination regulations come into force on 1st October 2006. This timely resource provides an excellent guide to the new law and how it will be applied in practice. The regulations aim to eliminate discrimination on the grounds of age at all stages of employment, from application through to termination and retirement.
There are, however, exceptions which the authors explore in detail. Thorough, practical and user-friendly, the book features: a logical layout, providing a step-by-step guide to the implications of the regulations at each stage of the employment process; pertinent examples to illustrate specific points; and clear language to explain complex provisions.
Written by a team of barristers from 1 Temple Gardens specialising in employment law, "Age Discrimination" is essential reading for professionals advising on the formulation of business policies or acting in contentious situations. It includes the full text of the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006 and the European Directive on which they are based.