Employment Law in Europe

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Susan Mayne
Butterworths, Jan 1, 2001 - Labor laws - 1026 pages
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A practical guide to the comparative employment laws in Europe. It seeks to provide straightforward answers to the most commonly-asked questions. It offers an analysis of the legal systems in key European jurisdictions and considers employment issues not only from a legal perspective but also in terms of custom and practice. The book adopts a practical approach with checklists, flowcharts, worked examples and precedents and a number of important EU measures are included in the appendices for ease of reference.

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Contents

List of Contributors
xvii
Table of Statutes
xix
Table of Statutory Instruments
xxxiii
Table of EU Legislation
xxxvii
Table of Cases
xxxix
Chapters A European Community Law an Overview
1
B Austria
9
Summary table
10
The employment relationship
262
Remuneration
263
10
264
Termination of employment
267
Young workers
268
Maternity and parental rights
269
Business transfers
270
Employment disputes
271

The employment relationship
13
Remuneration
22
Further rights and obligations
24
Working time
27
Equal opportunities
31
Termination of employment
36
Young workers
44
Maternity and parental rights
46
Business transfers
48
Collective rights
55
Employment disputes
62
Whistleblowingdata protection
63
Human rights
64
Belgium
67
Summary table
68
The employment relationship
71
Remuneration
76
Further rights and obligations
78
Working time
80
Equal opportunities
83
Termination of employment
88
Young workers
97
Maternity and parental rights
98
Business transfers
100
Collective rights and bargaining
107
Employment disputes
108
Whistleblowingdata protection
109
Human rights 1 1 O 14 Miscellaneous domestic rights and obligations
110
Denmark 1 1 1
111
Summary table
112
The employment relationship
115
I
120
Remuneration
123
Further rights and obligations
124
Norway
127
Working time
131
Termination of employment
132
Young workers
138
Maternity and parental rights
139
Business transfers
140
Collective rights
141
Employment disputes
143
Whistleblowinydata protectionconfidentiality
144
Human rights
145
E England and Wales
147
Summary table
148
The employment relationship
151
Remuneration
164
Further rights and obligations
166
Working time 1 67
167
Equal opportunities
171
Termination of employment
189
Young workers
207
Maternity and parental rights
210
Business transfers
221
Collective rights and bargaining
231
10
233
Employment disputes
244
Whistleblowingdata protection
246
Human rights
249
UK immigration law
251
Ireland
252
F Northern Ireland 25 7
257
Summary table
258
General
261
G Finland
273
Summary table
274
The employment relationship
277
Summary table
338
11
345
Summary table
420
Summary table
484
Q Spain
767
Summary table
768
The employment relationship
770
Remuneration
780
Further rights and obligations
782
Working time
786
Equal opportunities
787
Termination of employment
791
Young workers
797
Maternity and parental rights
798
Business transfers
801
Collective rights and bargaining
804
Employment disputes
807
Whistleblowingdata protection
808
Human rights
809
R Sweden 81 1
811
Summary table
812
The employment relationship
814
Remuneration
816
Further rights and obligations
817
Working time
818
Equal opportunities
819
Termination of employment
820
Redundancy and collective dismissals
824
Young workers
826
Maternity and parental rights
827
Business transfers
830
Collective rights and bargaining
831
Employment disputes
835
S Switzerland
837
Summary table
838
The employment relationship
840
Remuneration
846
Further rights and obligations
847
Working time
848
Equal opportunities
851
Termination of employment
854
Young workers
859
Maternity and parental rights
860
Business transfers
862
Collective rights
863
Employment disputes
864
Whistleblowingdata protection
866
Human rights
867
Treaty establishing the European Community Treaty
871
Council Directive 76207EEC
877
Council Directive 77 1 87EEC
883
Commission Recommendation and Code
892
Council Directive 93 104EC
901
Council Directive 9433EC
909
Council Directive 9445EC
919
Directive 9546EC of the European Parliament
930
Council Directive 9634EC
952
Council Directive 9671EC
958
Council Directive 9780EC
965
Council Directive 985 OEC
975
Council Directive 9859EC
982
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