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Honeyball & Bowers' Employment Law 15th ed


ISBN13: 9780198812012
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780198748366
To be Published: March 2019
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £35.99



Roseanne Russell upholds the neatly distilled style of Honeyball & Bowers' Employment Law focusing her update on the needs of students coming to this subject for the first time, and helping them to unpack more challenging concepts.

At its core Honeyball & Bowers' Employment Law provides succinct treatment of the key legal principles and analyses these in context. It introduces the central debates and encourages readers to critique the law.

Learning objectives, worked examples, further diagrams and refreshed concluding summaries will enable students to untangle the subject matter and ensure a firm grounding. Meanwhile further-reading suggestions at the end of chapters and accompanying sample exam questions hosted online will challenge students to test their understanding and push it to the next level.

Online resources

This book is accompanied by online resources including a glossary of employment law terms and sample essay questions with answer guidance.

Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
1: History of, and theoretical perspectives on, labour law
2: The concept of employment
3: The contract of employment
4: Termination of contract
5: Continuity of employment
6: Transfer of undertakings
7: Qualifying conditions for unfair dismissal
8: Unfair dismissal
9: Redundancy, statutory redundancy payments and consultation procedures
10: Non-contractual discrimination claims
11: Contractual discrimination and family rights
12: Statutory rights regulating the employment relationship
13: Trade unions
14: Collective bargaining
15: Industrial action
16: Human rights in employment