Waud's Employment Law

Waud's Employment Law

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The law relating to employment and its procedures continues to become evermore complex. Revised and updated, this practical guide aims to demystify the employment law, explaining technicalities in a clear and simple way. Subjects covered include: the Employment Act 2002; the Human Rights Act 1998; the national minimum wage; parental leave; time off for dependants; trade union recognition; time off for study or training; European Works Councils; part-time workers; the right to be accompanied at disciplinary and grievance hearings; data protection; public interest disclosures and the Whistleblower's Act; compensation limits for unfair dismissal; discrimination on grounds of gender reassignment; transfer of undertakings; rest breaks and rest periods; working hours and paid annual holidays; and new rules for workers posted to other EEA Member States.The Practical Guide for Human Resource Managers, Trade Union Officials, Employers, Employees and Lawyers Peter Chandler ... The 1998 Act does not create any new statutory or common law rights. ... decision, declaration or advisory opinion of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR); any opinion or decision ofanbsp;...

Title:Waud's Employment Law
Author:Peter Chandler
Publisher:Kogan Page Publishers - 2003


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