Labour Law: Management Decisions and Workers' Rights by Steven D. AndermanLabour Law: Management Decisions and Workers' Rights by Steven D. Anderman

Labour Law: Management Decisions and Workers' Rights

bySteven D. Anderman

Paperback | October 23, 2000

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Labour Law - Management Decisions and Workers' Rights examines the subject of labour legislation as a form of regulation of management decisions. As with the previous editions, this fourth edition develops the student's understanding of labour relations and the law by showing how the contractof employment provides a foundation for British labour law and by illustrating how certain regulatory features of the legislative structure invite a balance to be struck by the judiciary with results that are not always in accord with legislative intentions.
Steven D. Anderman BA, LLB, MSc, Birkett Long Professor of Law, University of Essex
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Title:Labour Law: Management Decisions and Workers' RightsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:472 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.14 inPublished:October 23, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0406919534

ISBN - 13:9780406919533

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction2. Setting the scene: UK Labour Legislation and the new EC Legal OrderPart I.The Contractual Foundations of the Employment Relationship3. The Terms of Employment Contracts: Implied Terms4. The Terms of Employment Contracts: Express Terms5. Collective Agreements and Contracts of Employment6. Wrongful Dismissal: Remedies and Consequences for Statutory ClaimsPart II.Individual Employment Legislation7. The Coverage of Individual Employment Protection Legislation8. Wages and Hours Legislation9. Maternity Rights10. Unfair Dismissals11. Redundancy Decisions and the Law12. Reorganisation in the Context of Takeovers and Transfers13. Management Reorganisations and Workers' Rights: A Summary of the Current Position14. Sex Discrimination15. Equal PayPart III.Collective Labour Legislation16. Rights of Association17. Legal Support for Trade Unions and Collective Bargaining and Employee Representation18. Management Decisions and Industrial ActionIndex