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Discrimination in Employment
Discrimination in Employment
Number of volumes: 1
ISBN:  9780421879607
General Editors: Katherine Tucker; Sarah George
Subscription Information: 4 releases a year, Charge By Release
Format:  Looseleaf
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Offering an in-depth analysis of European and domestic UK law in all areas of employment-related discrimination law, Discrimination in Employment:
  • Includes a comprehensive review of relevant legislative provisions and case law, giving you full advice on preliminary procedural considerations, time limits, procedural steps before Final Hearing, reviews, enforcement and appeals
  • Steers you through the increasingly complex substantive law on employment discrimination
  • Answers all procedural questions that may arise in the process of taking a case to tribunal or court and beyond
  • Features a wealth of advice tailored to the practitioner's needs, including case summaries
  • Covers sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religious belief, age and other unlawful grounds for discrimination
  • Contains detailed coverage of remedies
  • Features three updating issues a year, to ensure you are always fully briefed on the latest changes
  • Key contents include EC law and human rights law, equal pay (including pensions), sex and race discrimination, rights of working parents, disability discrimination, discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation, religion or relief, age discrimination, remedies, practice and procedure
CONTENTS
  • EC law and human rights law
  • Equal pay
  • Sex and race
  • Discrimination rights of working parents
  • Disability discrimination
  • Discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation, religion or belief
  • Age discrimination remedies practice and procedure
 
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