Known for its detailed and authoritative approach, Smith & Wood's Employment Law provides a comprehensive yet accessible guide to employment law. Clear accounts of essential case law and legislation are complemented by insightful commentary and critique to direct preparation for classes and assessments. This textbook carefully explains topics in their social and historical context, providing readers with an awareness of the fast-paced development of employment legislation and offering a critical analysis of the future direction of the law. Digital formats and resources The fifteenth edition is available for students and institutions to purchase in a variety of formats, and is supported by online resources. - The e-book offers a mobile experience and convenient access along with functionality tools, navigation features and links that offer extra learning support: www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/ebooks The following resources for this book are available online: - Self-test questions with feedback for each chapter - Further reading lists and useful websites
1 - Introduction 2 - Contracts of employment (1): status, formation, continuity, and change 3 - Contracts of employment (2): content and wages 4 - Discrimination in employment 5 - The work-life balance legislation 6 - Termination of employment contract at common law 7 - Unfair dismissal 8 - Redundancy, reorganization, and transfers of undertakings 9 - Collective labour law 10 - Industrial action
Ian Smith is a Barrister, former Clifford Chance Professor of Employment Law at the University of East Anglia and a former ACAS arbitrator. He is also General Editor of the practitioner text, Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment Law (Lexis Nexis). Aaron Baker, late Associate Professor (Reader) in Law at Durham University, held extensive experience as an employment trial lawyer prior to joining academia. His prestigious career in law saw him write for numerous journals, and on dispute resolution and anti-discrimination under the European Convention on Human Rights and the Human Rights Act 1998. Aaron authored and contributed to six editions of Smith & Wood's Employment Law, and was a good friend to both Ian Smith and Owen Warnock. Owen Warnock is Emeritus Professor of Employment Law at the University of East Anglia and is also a former Partner in the Human Resources Group of Eversheds Sutherland. He is a Contributing Editor to the practitioner text, Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment Law (Lexis Nexis).
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