Employment Law in Context combines extracts from leading cases, articles, and books with commentary to provide a full critical understanding of employment law. As well as providing a grounding in individual labour law, this title offers detailed analysis of the social, economic, political, and historical context in which employment law operates, drawing attention to key and current areas of debate. An innovative running case study contextualizes employment law and demonstrates its practical applications by following the life-cycle of a company from incorporation, through expansion, to liquidation. Reflection points and further reading suggestions are included. The volume is divided into eight main Parts. The first Part provides an introduction to employment law. The next Part looks at the constitution of employment and personal work contracts. This is followed by Part III, which examines the content of the personal employment contract and the obligations imposed by the common law on employers and employees. The fourth Part is about statutory employment rights. The fifth Part covers equality law. Part VI looks at the common law and statutory regulation of dismissals. The Part that follows considers business reorganizations, consultation, and insolvency. Finally, Part VIII describes collective labour law.
Keywords:individual employment law, personal work contract, employment contract, statutory employment rights, equality law, common law, business reorganizations, consultation, insolvency, collective labour law
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- Part I Introduction and Sources and Institutions of Employment Law
- Part II The constitution of employment and personal work contracts
- Part III The Content of the Personal Employment Contract
- Part IV Statutory Employment Rights
- Part V Equality law
- Part VI Common law and statutory regulation of dismissals
- Part VII Business reorganizations, consultation, and insolvency
- Part VIII Collective Labour Law