This fifth edition of Law@work was largely prompted by the amendments to the Labour Relations and Basic Conditions of Employment Acts and the introduction of the National Minimum Wage Act, all with effect from
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This fifth edition of Law@work was largely prompted by the amendments to the Labour Relations and Basic Conditions of Employment Acts and the introduction of the National Minimum Wage Act, all with effect from 1 January 2019. The book continues to be intended primarily as a teaching tool and a first point of reference for practitioners.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - International labour standards
Chapter 3 - The constitutional framework
Chapter 4 - Who is an employee?
Chapter 5 - Labour law: Beyond core legislation
Chapter 6 - Individual employment rights and obligations
Chapter 7 - The right to equality in employment
Chapter 8 - Unfair labour practices
Chapter 9 - Unfair dismissal €“ preliminary topics
Chapter 10 - Automatically unfair reasons for dismissal
Chapter 11 - Conduct and capacity
Chapter 12 - Dismissal for reasons based on an employer's operational requirements
Chapter 13 - The transfer of undertakings
Chapter 14 - Freedom of association and the right to organise
Chapter 15 - Collective bargaining and worker participation
Chapter 16 - Strikes and lock-outs
Chapter 17 - Dispute resolution
Chapter 18 - Employment and social protection
- Table of cases
- Table of statutes