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Employment Law in Context, By Brian Willey

Employment Law in Context, by Brian Willey

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Employment Law in Context, Summary

Employment Law in Context,: An introduction for HR professionals by Brian Willey


Focused on the needs of students studying employment law from a HRM or business background, Employment Law in Context introduces the law alongside policy issues and the practicalities of implementation.

Exercises and case studies are utilised throughout in order to provide insight into the practice of analysing the law in a HRM context while a new colour design aids navigation.


Table of Contents

Brief Contents

Preface

About the authors

Guided tour

List of abbreviations

Table of cases

Table of statutes

Table of statutory instruments

Table of statutory codes of practice

Table of European Community law

List of useful websites

1 Introduction to employment law

2 Regulating the employment relationship

3 Managing change in the employment relationship

4 Sex discrimination in the workplace

5 The strands of discrimination law

6 Implementing equality in the workplace

7 Harassment and bullying at work

8 Discipline and dismissal

9 Pay regulation

10 Regulation of working time

11 Family leave and work-life balance

12 Health and safety at work

Appendix

Glossary

Index

Additional information

GOR010632762
9781405874007
1405874007
Employment Law in Context,: An introduction for HR professionals by Brian Willey
Used - Like New
Paperback
Pearson Education Limited
2009-03-26
496
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