Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 41 2014 Employment Part 3
The Halsbury’s Laws Employment title examines the contract of employment and statutory employment law.
The Halsbury’s Laws Employment title examines the contract of employment and statutory employment law. Rights arising from employment, disciplinary and grievance procedures, termination, unfair and wrongful dismissal, the role of Trade Unions, and more are all covered in this comprehensive title.
The Employment title is available in four parts. Volumes 39, 40, 41 and 41A comprise the title in full.
Companion titles to Employment include Vol 33: Discrimination, and Vols 52 and 53: Health and Safety at Work.
IAN SMITH, LLB, MA, of Gray’s Inn, Barrister
Ian Smith is Emeritus Professor of Employment Law at the University of East Anglia & General Editor of Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment Law.
5. Termination of Employment
6. Unfair Dismissal and Wrongful Dismissal
7. Redundancy Payments
8. Trade Unions
9. Employers’ Associations
The law is stated as at 1 October 2014, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
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