Unlocking employment law [electronic resource] Chris Turner.

Turner, Chris (Barrister)
1st edition
London ; New York : Routledge, c2013.
Unlocking the Law
Unlocking the law
Unlocking the Law
1 online resource (734 p.)
Labor laws and legislation -- Great Britain.
Electronic books.
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A new volume in the successful Unlocking the Law series on this fascinating and dynamic area of law, containing the essential recent developments, including the Equality Act 2010. Each chapter opens with aims and objectives and contains activities such as quick quizzes and self-test questions, key facts charts, diagrams to aid learning and numerous headings and sub-headings to make the subject manageable. Features include summaries to check your understanding of each chapter, a glossary of legal terminology, essay questions with answer plans and exam questions with guidance on answering. All t
Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Guide to the book; Acknowledgements; Preface; List of figures; Table of cases; Table of statutes and other instruments; Table of legislation; Table of EU Treaty Articles and legislation ; 1 THE ORIGINS OF MODERN EMPLOYMENT LAW; 1.1 The origins of the regulation of employment; 1.1.1 The Statute of Artificers and Apprentices 1562; 1.1.2 The application of the Statute of Artificers and Apprentices 1562 in the eighteenth century; 1.1.3 Developments in the common law in the eighteenth century; 1.2 Changes in conditions of employment in the Industrial Revolution
1.2.1 Reduction in status of traditional work1.2.2 Unemployment and casual employment; 1.2.3 Child labour; 1.2.4 Conclusions; 1.3 Legislation and the development of industrial law in the nineteenth century; 1.3.1 Legislation on employment prior to 1832; 1.3.2 Legislation on employment between the two Reform Acts of 1832 and 1867; 1.3.3 Legislation on employment from 1867; 1.3.4 Comment; 1.4 The common law approach to employment in the nineteenth century; 1.4.1 The 'master servant' relationship; 1.4.2 Employment and the basic rules of contract; 1.4.3 The implied duties of master and servant
1.4.4 The legal relationship of master and servant and third parties1.4.5 The liability of the master for injury to his servant; 1.4.6 Comment; 1.5 Advancements and reductions in modern employment rights; 1.5.1 Advances in employment rights and protections; 1.5.2 Reductions of employee rights and protections; Further reading; 2 THE EFFECTS OF EU MEMBERSHIP ON UK EMPLOYMENT LAW; 2.1 UK membership of the European Union; 2.1.1 Introduction; 2.1.2 The basis of UK membership; 2.2 The supranational legal order of the EU; 2.2.1 EU legal instruments; 2.2.2 Supremacy
2.2.3 Direct effect, indirect effect and state liability2.3 The importance of EU membership to UK employment law; 2.3.1 UK implementation of EU law; 2.3.2 The development of EU labour law; 2.3.3 The effects of EU labour law; Further reading; 3 INSTITUTIONS AND PROCEDURES; 3.1 Courts and tribunals hearing employment disputes; 3.1.1 Employment tribunals; 3.1.2 County Court and High Court; 3.1.3 The Employment Appeal Tribunal; 3.1.4 The Court of Appeal (Civil Division); 3.1.5 The Supreme Court; 3.1.6 The Court of Justice of the European Union
3.1.7 Other significant institutions in employment law3.2 Employment tribunal procedure; 3.2.1 Time limits; 3.2.2 Originating procedure (bringing a claim); 3.2.3 Conciliation, settlements and compromise arrangements; 3.2.4 Case management; 3.2.5 Pre-hearing review; 3.2.6 The procedure at the hearing; 3.2.7 Appeals; Further reading; 4 EMPLOYMENT STATUS; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Distinguishing between employment and self-emplovment; 4.2.1 The employment relationship; 4.2.2 The purpose of distinguishing between employment and self-employment; 4.3 Tests of employment status; 4.3.1 Introduction
4.3.2 The control test
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