Employment Law for the Construction Industry

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Thomas Telford, 2000 - Construction industry - 157 pages
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This guide offers an insight into the numerous problems of employment law as they impact on construction firms and practitioners, including the use of sub-contractors and part-timers. It also addresses the important issues of employer`s liabilities, tax and training. Written in a similarly straightforward, user-friendly style as the companion Masons`guides, the authors use devices such as checklists to illustrate particularly salient points. With claims from disgruntled employees becoming increasingly common and larger liabilities being placed on employers, this book meets a timely demand.
 

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Contents

The structure of the employment
1
Status of the working relationship
13
Collective bargaining agreements in
31
P A YENIC the clampdown
57
Working time
89
Guarantee payment minimum wage
103
Training
111
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