Employment Law in Europe

By: Eversheds
ISBN: 9781780431147

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About Employment Law in Europe

The new edition of Employment Law in Europe is a practical and comprehensive guide to the national employment laws of 30 jurisdictions. Each chapter is devoted to a different jurisdiction and follows the same structure, outlining the key employment issues in each: The employment relationship; Remuneration; Working time; Equal opportunities; Grounds for termination of Employment; Family rights; Business transfers; Collective rights; Employment disputes. This invaluable book will help you to... Read more

About Employment Law in Europe

The new edition of Employment Law in Europe is a practical and comprehensive guide to the national employment laws of 30 jurisdictions.

Each chapter is devoted to a different jurisdiction and follows the same structure, outlining the key employment issues in each:
The employment relationship;
Remuneration;
Working time;
Equal opportunities;
Grounds for termination of Employment;
Family rights;
Business transfers;
Collective rights;
Employment disputes.

This invaluable book will help you to gain a basic grasp of the employment laws of Europe and an awareness of the issues that may be encountered in different jurisdictions.

This book comes with a CD-ROM of quick reference comparative charts covering key terms and conditions, TUPE, and Collective Redundancies, which will allow you to easily compare and contrast the differing laws in each jurisdiction.

Previous edition ISBN: 9781847662705

Table of Contents

Austria;
Belgium;
Bulgaria;
Cyprus;
Czech Republic;
Denmark;
England;
Estonia;
Finland;
France;
Germany;
Greece;
Hungary;
Ireland;
Italy;
Latvia;
Lithuania;
Luxembourg;
Malta;
The Netherlands;
Norway;
Poland;
Portugal;
Romania;
Slovakia;
Slovenia;
Spain;
Sweden;
Switzerland.

Publishing Details

Publication Date: 28 February 2013
ISBN: 9781780431147
Binding: Hardback
Edition: 3

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