Contract Actions in Employment Law: Practice and Precedents

By: Ian Smith and Nicholas Randall
ISBN: 9781845924546

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About Contract Actions in Employment Law: Practice and Precedents

This text focuses on the law relating to wrongful dismissal in the context of a breach of the employment contract. Written by well-known authors, the book covers the fundamental rules relating to the employment contract including discussion of express and implied terms and the rules concerning action for breach of contract. It also examines liability and quantum in respect of compensation for wrongful dismissal. Adopting a practical approach, this book... Read more

About Contract Actions in Employment Law: Practice and Precedents

This text focuses on the law relating to wrongful dismissal in the context of a breach of the employment contract. Written by well-known authors, the book covers the fundamental rules relating to the employment contract including discussion of express and implied terms and the rules concerning action for breach of contract. It also examines liability and quantum in respect of compensation for wrongful dismissal. Adopting a practical approach, this book is an essential guide to the subject and offers case studies and precedents combined with authoritative analysis.

Table of Contents

Introduction – the importance of contract actions
Common law and statutory claims
The contract of employment
Implied terms in contracts of employment
Share Schemes, Pensions and Bonuses
Remedies for breach of contract short of dismissal
Termination of an employment contract
Summary dismissal
Remedies for wrongful dismissal
Enforcing a contract of employment
Settlements

Publishing Details

Publication Date: 31/01/2011
ISBN: 9781845924546
Binding: Hardback
Edition: 2

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