Selwyn's Law of Employment is now in its sixteenth edition and continues its well established tradition of providing readers with an clear and practical examination of employment law. Setting out the key cases and legislation, it considers all significant decisions from the UK and EU from both an individual and collective standpoint.
Selwyn's Law of Employment is the market leading textbook on employment law. Now in its sixteenth edition, it has long been viewed as essential reading for students of employment law and employment law practitioners together with those studying the law in a business or professional environment. Norman Selwyn, a former university lecturer with over forty years' experience of employment law, excels in providing clear and succinct analysis on all areas of employment law from both an individual and collective standpoint. The breadth of coverage of case law and statutory material is unrivalled and ensures the reader is fully up to date on all areas of this fast moving area of the law. The new edition has been thoroughly revised to take account of all the most recent changes to this area of law and in particular provides up to date analysis of the new Equality Act and the impact it will have on discrimination in the work place. 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.
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. Equality in employment; 5. Equal Pay; 6. Family friendly 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
Selwyn's Law of Employment by Norman M. Selwyn
Norman M. Selwyn
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