Selwyn's Law of Employment

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Oxford University Press, 2018 - Labor laws and legislation - 648 pages
Established and reliable, Selwyn's Law of Employment continues to provide a complete reference guide for students of employment law.

Norman Selwyn's practical approach to the subject has been maintained by Astra Emir, ensuring that the far-reaching and concise treatment encapsulates the developing issues in this fluid area of law. Case law from the UK and EU is included and both collective and individual employment law is considered to offer an inclusive representation of the subject.

The straightforward written style and layout allows readers to identify legal principles and seminal cases quickly.

 

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Contents

Table of Statutory Instruments
xxix
Table of European Legislation
xxxiii
Table of International Treaties and Conventions
xxxiv
Table of Cases
xxxv
1 The Institutions of Employment Law
1
2 The Nature of a Contract of Employment
35
3 The Formation of a Contract of Employment
80
4 Equality in Employment
113
14 Normal Working Hours and a Weeks Pay
373
15 Rights in Notice
377
16 Wrongful Dismissal
387
17 Unfair Dismissal
399
18 Redundancy
458
19 Duties of Exemployees
483
20 Practice and Procedure
502
21 Individual Trade Union Rights
533

5 Equal Pay
165
6 Family Friendly Rights
179
7 Employment Protection
203
8 Protection of Wages
232
9 Transfer of Undertakings
247
10 Performance of the Contract of Employment
268
11 Health and Safety at Work
299
12 Disciplinary Dismissal and Grievance Procedures
336
13 Continuous Employment
361
22 The Law Relating to Trade Unions
559
23 Law Relating to Industrial Relations
578
Untitled
606
Untitled
611
Appendices
615
Appendix A Monetary Awards as at 6 April 2018
616
Appendix B Statutory Redundancy Pay Calculation Table
618
Index
621
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About the author (2018)


Astra Emir, Barrister-at-law,

Astra Emir has been a barrister since 1992. She specializes in employment law and transport law, among other areas. She teaches at various institutions and is the co-author of Employment Law: An Introduction with Stephen Taylor (2015, OUP).

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