Employment Law: An Introduction

Author:   Stephen Taylor (CIPD Chief Examiner and Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management, University of Exeter Business School) ,  Astra Emir (Barrister-at-Law)
Publisher:   Oxford University Press
Edition:   5th Revised edition
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9780198806752


Pages:   616
Publication Date:   10 April 2019
Format:   Paperback
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Written with human resources and business students in mind, and suitable for those on CIPD courses, Taylor and Emir provide a complete and practical introduction to legal issues in the workplace. Conversational and contextual in style, the authors guide students through this technical subject area by explaining the law in uncomplicated language and using supportive examples.Activities are interspersed throughout the text, presenting readers with realistic problems, enabling them to see the law at work and consider how the legal rules might apply. Regular 'Exhibit' boxes present significant case examples and academic debates helping students digest the salient principles. A unique part on law in action introduced students to the employment tribunal procedure and walks them through how to prepare and present a case equipping them with practical skills for beyond their studies.Online ResourcesFurther resources are provided online including self-test questions with instant feedback and lecturer access to additional case studies and questions to support your teaching.

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Author:   Stephen Taylor (CIPD Chief Examiner and Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management, University of Exeter Business School) ,  Astra Emir (Barrister-at-Law)
Publisher:   Oxford University Press
Imprint:   Oxford University Press
Edition:   5th Revised edition
Dimensions:   Width: 19.00cm , Height: 3.00cm , Length: 24.70cm
Weight:   1.024kg
ISBN:  

9780198806752


ISBN 10:   0198806752
Pages:   616
Publication Date:   10 April 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Tertiary & Higher Education
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   To order   Availability explained
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Table of Contents

Part I: Foundations 1: The rise of employment law 2: Sources of employment law and institutions 3: Barriers to employment rights Part II: The Contract of Employment 4: Unfair dismissal - reasons and remedies 5: Unfair dismissal - reasonableness 6: Redundancy 7: Contractual employment rights 8: Implied terms 9: Wrongful and constructive dismissal Part III: Discrimination Law 10: Introducing discrimination law 11: The Equality Act 2010: key concepts 12: Age discrimination 13: Disability discrimination 14: Race discrimination 15: Religious discrimination 16: Sex - discrimination 17: Sex - related characteristics (gender reassignment, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation) 18: Equal pay 19: Atypical workers Part IV: Employment Policy and Practice 20: Family-friendly statutes 21: Wages and benefits 22: Privacy and confidentiality 23: TUPE Part V: Health and Safety 24: Health and safety - the criminal law 25: Health and safety - the civil law 26: Working time Part VI: Collective Employment Law 27: Freedom of association 28: Consultation and bargaining 29: Industrial action Part VII: Employment Law in Action 30: Employment tribunal procedure 31: Preparing and presenting a case

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The written style supports and underpins an awareness and application of the essential principles surrounding employment law for human resources, business and management students. * Stephen Dale, Senior Teaching Fellow in Law, University of Surrey *


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Stephen Taylor is CIPD Chief Examiner and Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School. Astra Emir is a barrister specialising in employment, transport and regulatory law, among other areas. She is an examiner and visiting lecturer at various institutions and is the author of Selwyn's Law of Employment (2018, OUP) and Transport Operator Licensing (2017, Kogan Page).

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