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Employment, Partnership and Discrimination Law for Professional Partnerships

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ISBN13: 9781903927465
ISBN: 1903927463
Published: January 2005
Publisher: Legalease
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Partnerships often face unique issues which more general works on employment law do not cover. The law governing the rights of equity partners differs significantly from that which applies to employees, but there is also an overlap, most importantly with discrimination laws. Drawing on real-life experiences within the partnership environment, the authors provide practical guidance on how to deal with a wide range of human resource issues.

The book focuses on case studies to illustrate the points, and gives advice and hints on dealing with the legislation on issues such as partnership deeds, partners' duties, discrimination and terms of employment. This title is a comprehensive, yet succinct guide to employment law, which is highly recommended to all professional partnerships.

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Subjects:
Employment Law, Partnership Law
Contents:
Introduction; Statuses; Discrimination in Recruitment; Documentation; Terms of Employment; Protecting what is yours; Duties and Liabilities; Structure; Pay and Benefits; Information and Consultation; Data Protection; Promotion to and within Partnership; Dismissals/Expulsion/Detriment; Family Rights; Ill-health; International Issues; Dissolution/Insolvency;Appendices.