By Richard Benny, Michael Jefferson & Malcolm Sargeant
Description:Written by lecturers who bring their examining experience to bear, pointing out common pitfalls and providing examples of ideal answers
Covers all topics found on law degree courses as well as other undergraduate courses where law is an essential element, providing a stand-alone revision guide
Each question is followed by clear commentary indicating exactly what examiners are looking for, guiding students on how to structure answers, what to include and what to omit
Bullet-pointed answer plans, further reading and diagrams of key points provide students with instant confidence
Answers are presented in a clear logical format - the standard expected of a good honours student
Deals with both essay and problem-type questions, covering the entire range of questions students will find in examinations
New to this edition
- New questions on unfair dismissal and discrimination
- Added flowcharts providing students with an invaluable revision tool
This book shows how to successfully tackle essay questions typically found in examination papers on employment law, providing questions with model answers. It also offers guidance on how answers should be structured and the key points to convey for each question posed.
The second edition of Employment Law contains new material on unfair dismissal and discrimination, together with bullet pointed answer plans and diagrams illuminating key points.
Companion Web Site
The Blackstone's Questions and Answers Series is accompanied by a dedicated companion web site containing web links and a glossary of legal terms.
1. Employment Status 2. The Contract of Employment 3. Termination of the Contract of Employment 4. Continuity of Employment 5. Statutory Employment Protection and Related Contractual Issues 6. Unfair Dismissal 7. Statutory Redundancy Payments and Consultation Procedures 8. Discrimination 9. Equal Pay and Family Rights 10. Statutory Rights Regulating the Employment Relationship 11. Trade Unions and Industrial Action 12. Collective Bargaining and Consultation 13. Data Protection and Human Rights 14. Coursework