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Sweet & Maxwell's Encyclopedia of Employment Law
Sweet & Maxwell's Encyclopedia of Employment Law
Number of volumes: 4
Practice Area:  Employment Law
ISBN:  9780421169609
General Editor: Michael Jefferson
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Format:  Looseleaf
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Sweet & Maxwell’s Encyclopedia of Employment Law is a comprehensive reference guide to all aspects of employment law. This four-volume work is updated four times a year and the commentary is accompanied with complete texts of relevant statutory materials and a digest of cases.
  • Provides commentary on all aspects of employment law, from the basics of the employment relationship to taking cases to a tribunal
  • Covers key topics such as termination, discrimination and diversity
  • Explores the relationship between human rights and employment law
  • Reproduces all relevant legislation so you can refer to it easily
  • Keeps you on top of the latest developments with four updates a year and regular bulletins

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CONTENTS


PART 1 – COMMENTARY
  • Employment law sources and institutions
  • The employment relationship
  • Equality and diversity
  • Business reorganisations and transfers
  • Termination of employment
  • Employment tribunals
  • Collective labour and employment relations
  • International labour law
  • Human rights and employment law
PART 2 – STATUTES

PART 3 – EU LAW

PART 4 – STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS: GENERAL

PART 5 – STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS: EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNALS

PART 6 – CODES OF PRACTICE

PART 8 – FORMS AND PRECEDENTS

PART 11 – INTERNATIONAL

EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

General Editor
Michael Jefferson 
Senior Lecturer of Law at the University of Sheffield

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