Journals Higher Education



08 September 2012

544 Pages

9.7 x 6.7 inches

ISBN: 9780199639854

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Honeyball and Bowers' Textbook on Employment Law

Twelfth Edition

Simon Honeyball

  • Examines the law in its practical and historical context, including the relationship between UK and EU employment law, ensuring that readers understand the social, economic, and political background against which the law operates
  • Provides a critical treatment of employment law, pointing out key areas for debate and development, while maintaining a concise, student-friendly format and style
  • Features a separate chapter on human rights and its central relationship to employment law
  • Clearly explains complex areas of the law and includes chapter summaries and diagrams throughout to ensure student understanding
  • Contains further reading suggestions and references throughout to support students embarking on essays and future research
  • Features cross-references to Painter & Holmes, Cases and Materials on Employment Law, ensuring that these two texts provide the perfect employment law package of textbook analysis and the latest extracts from key cases and materials.
  • Fully updated to include analysis of the Equality Act 2010
  • Takes into account the Agency Workers Regulations
  • Coverage of new legislation on the retirement age, flexible working and maternity leave rights
  • Includes new cases relating to unfair dismissal, contracts of employment, part-time workers and human rights
  • Includes recent ECJ decisions regarding working time, part-time workers and the effect of EU law

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