A Casebook on Labour Law

By: Ewan McGaughey

A Casebook on Labour Law supports every university labour or employment law course in the UK, set within European Union and international law. It covers history and theory, contract and rights, participation, equality, and job security. It also has chapters on essential topics for modern labour policy: the right to vote for company boards, in work councils and pension funds, and laws to achieve full employment by ending underpaid underemployment. Each chapter summarises further reading from noteworthy books and journals, and follows a unified conceptual structure. This aims to transcend historic divisions between common law or statute, private or public, and national or international law. The book invites the reader to engage in the economic and social evidence about labour law’s empirical consequences and political principles.

Table Of Contents

PART ONE: HISTORY AND THEORY
1. HISTORY 
2. THEORY 

PART TWO: CONTRACT AND RIGHTS
3. SCOPE AND ENFORCEMENT 
4. CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT 
5. IMPLIED TERMS AND VARIATION 
6. WAGES, TAXES, PENSIONS 
7. WORKING TIME AND CHILD CARE 

PART THREE: PARTICIPATION
8. TRADE UNIONS 
9. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 
10. COLLECTIVE ACTION 
11. VOTES AT WORK 

PART FOUR: EQUALITY
12. DISCRIMINATION 
13. DISADVANTAGE 
14. INCLUSION 
15. ATYPICAL WORK 

PART FIVE: JOB SECURITY
16. FULL EMPLOYMENT 
17. DISMISSAL CONCEPT AND PROCESS 
18. FAIR REASONS FOR DISMISSAL 
19. REDUNDANCY AND TRANSFERS

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