Set in the context of experience in the workplace as well as within the wider social and political framework, Pitt’s Employment Law provides a clear and succinct account of employment law and industrial relations law. The work is written in a straightforward and engaging style, making it easy for students to understand the topic and grasp difficult concepts. The work provides a lively and thought-provoking account of key topics, explaining significant cases from the British courts, the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights, enabling the reader to grasp the subject as a whole.
New to this Edition:
- Covid-19 and its continuing effects on employment law
- Evolving case law on the equalities
- A new Employment Bill? Prospects for reform
- The impact of Brexit as the dust settles
- Case law developments on unfair dismissal, trade union rights and contracts of employment