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Employment Law: An Introduction for HR and Business Students
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EMPLOYMENT LAW: AN INTRODUCTION FOR HR AND BUSINESS STUDENTS

PAPERBACK BY DANIELS, KATHY; ARYEE, SAM; BUDHWAR, PAWAN S.; DAVIS, ANN; HARRIS, MARGARET; SCULLY, JUDY; PARKES, CAROLE; SHIPTON, HELEN

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ISBN
9781843981886
IMPRINT
CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF PERSONNEL & DEVELOPMENT
 
 
EDITION
2ND REVISED EDITION
PUBLISHER
CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF PERSONNEL & DEVELOPMENT
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FORMAT
PAPERBACK
PAGES
288 pages
PUBLICATION DATE
25 MAR 2008

DESCRIPTION

The Aston Centre for Human Resources (ACHR) was created at Aston Business School, Aston University, in February 2006. The mission of the Centre is both to inform and influence practice through conducting high quality, challenging research in order to extend the existing theoretical frameworks and to develop new and relevant conceptual models to represent and guide the changing realities facing businesses and the people they employ in the 21st century. * Students studying an Employment Law module on a HR or general business degree, whether undergraduate or postgraduate. * Students taking the Employment Law elective on the CIPD's Professional Development Scheme (PDS). * Students studying Employee Relations or Diversity. This new edition has been thoroughly updated, and includes expanded coverage of the impact of EU Law, and Discrimination Law including ageism, sexual orientation, religious belief, harassment and disability. The text is ideal text for those business students on undergraduate and postgraduate courses who are taking a first module in Employment Law. It covers a comprehensive range of topics enabling students to gain a solid understanding of the key principles of the subject. The engaging, authoritative writing style and range of learning features make this a refreshingly accessible and student-friendly read. Each chapter includes summaries of topical and relevant cases, direction to key sources of legal information and suggestions for further reading whilst covering the CIPD's standards for the Employment Law elective on the Professional Development Scheme (PDS). This text includes a range of case studies, tasks and examples to consolidate learning and includes a brand new section on Employment Law study skills to help students get to grips with how to access and read law reports, understand the sources of the law, find and use up-to-date legal information (particularly websites) and how to prepare for exams and written assignments.

CONTENTS

Cases referred to in this book Legislation referred to in this book Preface Acknowledgements Studying Employment Law The Formation of Employment Law The Employment Tribunals and Employment Appeal Tribunal Contract of Employment Atypical Contracts and the Variation of Contracts Individual Protection Rights Discrimination (1) Discrimination (2) Termination of Employment (1) Termination of Employment (2) Trade Union Legislation Privacy and Confidential Information Health and Safety Legislation Useful Websites