Selwyn's Law of Employment is the most authoritative and practical title available on the subject. Now in its fifteenth edition, this well-established work provides unbeatably wide coverage of case law and statutory materials, including all significant decisions from the UK and EU from both an individual and collective standpoint.
Selwyn's Law of Employment, now in its fifteenth edition, is the most popular and reliable textbook on employment law available. Written by a former university lecturer with over 40 years' experience, and covering the whole spectrum of employment law from both an individual and collective standpoint, this book presents the law in a particularly articulate, authoritative, and accessible way. Thoroughly revised to take account of all the most recent changes in this ever-evolving area of law, this edition covers the latest legislative provisions, including new discrimination regulations and further coverage of TUPE and redundancy. To help reader navigation, 'key points' sections have been added at the start of each chapter, along with further sub-headings throughout the book. Providing an unbeatably wide coverage of case law and statutory materials from the UK and European courts, Selwyn is essential reading for practitioners and students of employment law, along with those studying the law in a business or professional environment, or indeed anyone involved in giving employment law advice.Online Resource Centre This book is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre, which offers reliable and regular updates to the law following publication.
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Norman Selwyn, Barrister at Law, is a former university lecturer, immigration adjudicator and Chairman of the Social Security Appeal Tribunal. He has over 40 years' experience of teaching employment law.
Table of Contents
1. The Institutions of Employment Law; 2. The Nature of a Contract of Employment; 3. The Formation of a Contract of Employment; 4. Discrimination in Employment; 5. Equal Pay; 6. Maternity, Paternity and Parental Rights; 7. Employment Protection; 8. Protection of Wages; 9. Transfer of Undertakings; 10. Performance of the Contract of Employment; 11. Health and Safety at Work; 12. Disciplinary, Dismissal and Grievance Procedures; 13. Continuous Employment; 14. Normal Working Hours and a Week's Pay; 15. Rights in Notice; 16. Wrongful Dismissal; 17. Unfair Dismissal; 18. Redundancy; 19. Duties of Ex-Employees; 20. Practice and Procedure; 21. Individual Trade Union Rights; 22. The Law Relating to Trade Unions; 23. Law Relating to Industrial Relations; Appendices; Index
Selwyn's Law of Employment by Norman M. Selwyn
Norman M. Selwyn
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