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Employment Law

The Essentials

Gain a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of employment law with this definitive guide.

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Imprint: CIPD - Kogan Page
EAN: 9780749493141
Edition: 15
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Format: 250x25
456 pages

About the book

Employment Law is the core textbook for the CIPD Level 7 Employment Law module. It takes the reader step-by-step through everything that they need to know, including the formation of the Contract of Employment, discrimination, health and safety in the workplace, unfair dismissal and redundancy. Easy to read and navigate, and full of case studies and useful examples that encourage deeper thinking, this fully updated 15th edition provides a thorough theoretical grounding in employment law that can be applied in practice.

This new edition of Employment Law is completely up to date with the latest cases and legislation, including zero hours contracts, migrant workers' rights, shared parental leave and Brexit and provides an up-to-date analysis of anti-discrimination law, the national living wage and the 'Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006' (TUPE). Online resources include a lecturer guide, powerpoint slides, multiple choice questions and extra case studies to support learning and enable students to apply the theory in practice.

About the authors

David Lewis

David Lewis is a Professor of Employment Law in the Law School at Middlesex University, UK. He is a member of the Charted Institute of Personnel and Development, the Industrial Law Society, the Association of Law Teachers, the Institute of Employment Rights and the Society of Legal Scholars.

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Malcolm Sargeant

Malcolm Sargeant is Professor of Labour Law at Middlesex University Business School. Prior to becoming an academic he was a personnel manager of a large financial services company and director of a recruitment and management consultancy. Malcolm is also an Academic Fellow of the CIPD.

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This has been my recommended textbook for HR and other business students for many years, and the new edition does not disappoint - it's thoroughly updated, clearly structured, accessible for non-lawyers and as concise as the subject will allow.

Andrew Hambler, Associate Professor in Employment Law and HRM, Birmingham City University