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Description - Employment Law for Business Students by Stephen T. Hardy

Tailored to meet the needs of business students, this book allows readers to navigate the core legal provisions in employment law and get to grips with crucial issues. The language used is easy to follow and the structure of the book provides an accessible introduction to the subject. Throughout, the book provides relevant examples, gives international law comparisons and imbues readers with a `best practice' awareness. Students will also use the book to: - Recognize and understand relevant case law in key areas; - Understand how employment law works in practice; - Assess the effectiveness of United Kingdom and European employment law. This book will be of invaluable help to Undergraduate and MBA students as well as those pursing a CIPD employment law course.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781412900225
ISBN-10: 1412900220
Format: Paperback
(242mm x 170mm x mm)
Pages: 160
Imprint: SAGE Publications Inc
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Publish Date: 7-Apr-2006
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Stephen T. Hardy

Robert Upex is interested in all aspects of Employment Law, particularly employment contracts, unfair and wrongful dismissal, transfers of undertakings and discrimination law. He is Professor of Law at the University of Surrey and from 2002-2005 was Head of the Department of Law. He was previously Head of the School of Law and Professor of Law at Kingston University.