101 Tips for Employers: A Practical Handbook for Busy Employers
Escalating levels of awards and constantly changing legislation make the area of employment law the daily equivalent of walking a tightrope for a busy company. Employers face a host of laws and regulations. Lack of knowledge can land employers in an employment tribunal, often on the losing side. At the same time there is greater awareness amongst employees about their rights and they are being encouraged to pursue them. Practical and to the point this book answers the questions most frequently asked by employers in down-to-earth everyday language. Starting with the key recruitment issues, it guides the reader through the employment life cycle to the point of termination of the contract. This is an essential management toolkit.
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