Employment Law

Hugh Collins|
Oxford University Press [Clarendon Law Series] (26 June 2003)

This book offers a fresh approach to the law governing employment relations, emphasising the contemporary policy themes of social inclusion, competitiveness, and the rights of citizenship in the workplace. It acts as a succinct and accessible overview for those new to the subject as well as an excellent summary for students.

This book covers all the main areas of employment law including anti-discrimination laws, trade unions and industrial action, contracts of employment, and human rights in the workplace. It emphasises how UK law, under the influence of EC and international protection of human rights, has been transformed for the twenty-first century. Employment Law also provides frequent comparisons with the law of other countries, including the US. Collins assesses the effectiveness of employment regulation and examines the different national and transnational methods available. 


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