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UK Employment Law Books

Law of Employment

Law of Employment

Norman Selwyn
  Selwyn's Law of Employment is a popular and well-established work that states the modern law of employment in a manner which is readable, accurate and up to date. Every relevant area of law is covered, both from an individual and collective standpoint, making this one of the most comprehensive law texts available. No other single textbook on employment law has as broad an appeal. This edition has been updated to take into account the significant legislative changes which have taken place in the past two years, including the Employment Relations Act 2004, and regulations on flexible working, employment tribunal procedures, working time, health and safety, dispute resolution, discrimination on grounds of race, disability, sexual orientation, religion and belief. The book also includes key new case law from the UK and European courts.
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The Penguin Guide to Employment Rights

The Penguin Guide to Employment Rights

by Hina Belitz, Dominic Crossley-Holland, Cherie Booth (Preface)
  This book should prove an easy to use and accessible self-help handbook on employment rights. Designed to have as broad appeal as possible, it will be both authoritative and topical. The emphasis is on presenting readers with their rights in plain English, cutting through the jargon that so often surrounds the law. Written by an employment lawyer and journalist, the overall objective was to produce a reference to the law that affects us all.
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The Employment Contract: Legal Principles, Drafting, and Interpretation

The Employment Contract: Legal Principles, Drafting, and Interpretation
by Douglas Brodie
 The Employment Contract: Legal Principles, Drafting, and Interpretation provides a detailed analysis of the content of the employment contract. It explains the way in which the general principles of contract law operate in respect of the employment contract, discusses the significance of implied terms in interpreting the employment contract, and includes guidance on the drafting of effective employment contracts. Offering a balance between a reliable guide to the current law and an analysis of how the employment contract might develop, the book will be of equal interest to the practitioner and the academic.
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Employment Law Guide

Employment Law Guide
by Melanie Slocombe
  This bestselling guide - updated in October 2004 to include the latest changes in legislation - is a handy, comprehensive source of information for anyone with questions about recruitment, wages, employment contracts, sickness benefit, discrimination, parental rights, termination and many other employment issues.
Written by solicitor Melanie Slocombe, who specialises in employment law, this book also includes various templates of contracts, procedures, letters and notices to assist you in preparing your own.
For use in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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Employment Law for HR and Business Students

Employment Law for HR and Business Students
by Kathy Daniels
Specifically written for the non-lawyer, with a straightforward and easy-to-read style, this text is written for HR and business students and places Employment Law in a business context.
Covering the full employment law standards for the CIPD Employment Law module, and all essential areas of any employment law course, particularly in HR or Business degree programmes, it includes:
- legal cases - all cases referenced are fully explained showing how law is applied in practice;
- further exploration - guidance on how to explore areas in more detail;
- relationship balance - an analysis of how different developments in employment law have impacted on the relationship between the employer and the employee;
- tasks - practical tasks students can complete to further their understanding;
- examples to work through, with questions at the end of each chapter; and
- further reading - advice on additional legal cases that can be studied to cover an area in more detail.
 
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Nutcases Employment Law
by Andrew C. Bell
  Employment Law has been updated to include some of the more recent key cases including developments in the status of agency workers, health and safety issues, employer's vicarious liability, damages for wrongful dismissal and the wide-reaching effects within discrimination law of the House of Lords decision in MacDonald v Lord Advocate for Scotland (2003).
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Employment Law Made Easy

Employment Law Made Easy

by Melanie Slocombe
  Few legal fields change as rapidly as employment law. New statutes influenced by, amongst others, the European Union and the European Court of Justice have meant that employment law is constantly being tested, reshaped and redefined. A number of developments regarding employees' rights have been made over the past two years, and as a result, they have affected the relationship between employer and employee.
For use in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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Cases and Materials on Employment Law

Cases and Materials on Employment Law

by Richard Painter, Ann Holmes
  This is the latest edition of the established and widely recommended Cases and Materials on Employment Law. The fifth edition offers comprehensive and accurate coverage of this dynamic and controversial subject. Clearly written and well researched this text provides a complete source of reference for students.
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A Practical Approach to Employment Law
by John Bowers
  Formerly known as Bowers on Employment Law this new edition provides a clear and practical guide to all aspects of individual and collective employment law as it operates in practice. The seventh edition brings the book fully up to date with recent legislation (such as the Employment Relations Act 2004) and case law and includes analysis of the Human Rights Act in the employment sphere.
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Employment Law (Emerald Home Lawyer S.)
by Emily Broadhurst
  This is a clear and concise guide to all aspects of the law as it affects the field of employment. It is intended for the layperson but can be used by the professional or student and is ideal for anyone wishing to develop their knowledge of this complex area.
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