International and comparative labour law: current challenges
A stimulating, authoritative account of international employment law written by a leading figure in the area who for many years has helped to shape global policy, striving to implement fairer working conditions worldwide. The reader is expertly guided though the essential topics within the context and development of international labour law, making this book ideal for study or research. Context includes the current labour environment and challenges it presents, the scope of labour law and protections afforded by it, security in employment, global trade and its influence on labour law, the fundamental human rights section on regional perspectives.
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Labour law at a crossroads
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