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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Employment Law: An Adviser's Handbook 11th ed isbn 9781908407627

Employment Law: An Adviser's Handbook 10th ed

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ISBN13: 9781908407375
New Edition ISBN: 9781908407627
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781903307908
Published: October 2013
Publisher: Legal Action Group
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Employment law: An Adviser's Handbook provides up to date coverage of UK and European employment and discrimination law. There is clear and succinct commentary on the rapidly growing body of case-law and thorough consideration of the relevant domestic legislation, EU treaties and directives.

Since the last edition, the coalition government has systematically cut back on employment rights, as well as making radical changes to the tribunal system by removing non-legal members from unfair dismissal claims, charging fees and (from 2014) introducing compulsory pre-claim conciliation. This edition aims to guide the adviser though all the recent changes and developments and is up to date to include the 2013 employment tribunal procedural rules.

This tenth edition consolidates this handbook's reputation as the essential guide to employment law for all claimant advisers, trade union representatives, lawyers and any individual looking for a comprehensive, yet accessible, guide to employment law.

Tamara Lewis is an acknowledged employment law expert with an in-depth understanding of the needs of advisers and trade union representatives.

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Employment Law
1. Terms and conditions of employment
2. Collective consultation and trade union rights
3. European law and human rights
Part I: Wages
4. Pay and protection of wages
5. Equal pay
Part II: Unfair dismissal, redundancy and TUPE
6. Unfair dismissal: eligibility, fairness and automatic dismissal
7. Types of unfair dismissal
8. Redundancy
9. Evidence in ordinary unfair dismissal cases
10. TUPE
Part III: Equality and discrimination
11. Work and family life
12. Discrimination overview
13. What is discrimination under the law?
14. Protected characteristics
15. Disability
16. Evidence in discrimination cases
17. Health and safety
Part IV: Remedies and procedures
18. Unfair dismissal remedies
19. Discrimination remedies
20. Running an unfair dismissal case
21. Running a discrimination case
22. Disciplinary, dismissal and grievance procedures
A Running ET cases: checklists and samples
B Indirect discrimination: possibly discriminatory provisions, criteria or practices
C Unfair dismissal case study
D Glossary
E Redundancy payments table
F Bibliography and other resources ;