Selwyn’s Law of Employment is regarded as essential reading by law students and practising lawyers, and those studying employment law in a business or professional environment. This edition continues Norman Selwyn’s practical approach to the subject, providing a succinct account of all areas of employment law. Both individual and collective employment law issues are considered, alongside a broad range of UK and EU case law. New to this edition, the text provides coverage of the new IR35 legislation and the new immigration rules as well as an overview of the coronavirus legislation as it relates to employment, such as compulsory vaccination, the furlough scheme and self-isolation. There is also an up-to-date discussion of the gig economy employment status case law, and freedom of expression, and belief.
Keywords:employment law, Equality Act 2010, unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, employment tribunal procedure, health and safety
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- Front Matter
- Part 1 Institutions and Sources
- Part 2 The Contract of Employment
- Part 3 Equality and Family Friendly Rights
- Part 4 Protection at Work
- Part 5 Discipline and Termination of a Contract
- End Matter