The IDS Trade Unions Handbook
provides a clear and comprehensive account of the law governing the relationship between both trade unions and their members and trade unions and employers. This handbook provides detailed analysis and comment on both collective and individual rights of trade union members and non-members.
This is a must-have text keeping you up to date with many of the developments in this area that have occurred since the last edition of the Handbook in 2013
- The handbook explains the law governing the relationship between trade unions and their members and trade unions and employers.
- It covers the key developments in this area, including the rules prohibiting the 'blacklisting' of trade union members and activists,
- Provides an in-depth analysis of the complex statutory recognition procedures.
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