As the successor to Smith a Wood's Industrial Law, this book maintains its reputation for both comprehensive coverage and lucidity of presentation. With a new and improved structure and layout, the ninth edition maps closely onto courses in employment law, providing an invaluable resource to students of this complex and fast-moving subject.As will be seen below, the greatly increased statutory protection for individual union members since 1980, particularly the enactment of the right not to ... However, the common law will still be relevant in cases where the union membera#39;s complaint is not covered by the statutory provisions, ... complaints about certain alleged breaches of trade union rules, along with the power to make declarations and issue enforcement orders, ... 240 See Ewing a#39;The strike, the courts and the rule booka#39;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Smith & Thomas' Employment Law, 9th Ed.|
|Author||:||Ian Smith, Gareth Thomas|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2007-09-27|