Employment law has undergone major reform in the last decade and as it remains a major tool for economic and political policy, is subject to rapid and constant change and development. Although the current Employment Relations Act is the primary Act governing employment relations, employment law is impacted by diverse areas of law. There remains a need for an updated text containing detailed analysis that gives employment law practitioners quick and easy access to the latest and most relevant cases, statutes and practical guidelines.
Mazengarb's Employment Law provides comprehensive coverage of a wide range of topics relevant to employment law and practice: minimum code, wages, discrimination, good faith bargaining, health and safety, practice and procedure, privacy and accident compensation. Mazengarb's contains the full text of all employment-related legislation, with case notes and commentary. It also includes relevant Regulations and Orders with introductory notes and commentary where applicable.
New bills and legislation in the Employment sphere are regularly added and followed in this publication.
|Author/s||Mo Al Obaidi, Gordon Anderson, Bernard Banks, Judy Brown, Liz Coats, Avalon Kent, Megan Richards, John Hughes, Michael Leggat, Dr Paul Roth, Simon Schofield
|Ideal For||Practitioners who need to find their way around all employment legislation, Judges, law libraries, employment advocates, employee and employer representative groups
|Format||Six-volume looseleaf, online, LexisNexis Red
|Servicing||Frequent updates per year