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Employment Law By Richard Benny

Employment Law
by Richard Benny

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Shows how to tackle essay questions found in examination papers on Employment Law. This book is designed to cover the key areas found on these courses. This second edition contains material on unfair dismissal and discrimination.
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Employment Law: 2006/2007 by Richard Benny

This book shows how to successfully tackle essay questions typically found in examination papers on employment law, providing questions with model answers. It also offers guidance on how answers should be structured and the key points to convey for each question posed. The second edition of Employment Law contains new material on unfair dismissal and discrimination, together with bullet pointed answer plans and diagrams illuminating key points. Companion Web Site This book is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre containing web links and a glossary of employment law terms

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About Richard Benny

Richard Benny teaches the Law of Tort, Employment Law and Discrimination Law on the LLB programmes at the University of Surrey, and Employment Law on the LLM in Employment Law. Richard is also in part-time practice in the field of Employment Law and has appeared in Employment Tribunals.
Michael Jefferson's primary teaching, supervisory, and research interests are Criminal Law and Employment Law. He is the co-ordinator of both courses on the undergraduate degrees and of Discrimination Law and Employment Law on the LLM at Sheffield University.
Before coming to Middlesex University Business School Malcolm Sargeant worked as a Research Assistant at Brunel University.

Table of Contents

1. Employment Status; 2. The Contract of Employment; 3. Termination of the Contract of Employment; 4. Continuity of Employment; 5. Statutory Employment Protection and Related Contractual Issues; 6. Unfair Dismissal; 7. Statutory Redundancy Payments and Consultation Procedures; 8. Discrimination; 9. Equal Pay and Family Rights; 10. Statutory Rights Regulating the Employment Relationship; 11. Trade Unions and Industrial Action; 12. Collective Bargaining and Consultation; 13. Data Protection and Human Rights; 14. Coursework

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Employment Law: 2006/2007 by Richard Benny
Richard Benny
Used - Very Good
Oxford University Press
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