Jordan Publishing Employment Law£433.00
"exceptional value for money in today's challenging legal environment"
John Mitton, PG Legal
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Written and edited by a leading team of employment lawyers, headed by Edward Benson, Benson Employment Law Limited, Jordan Publishing Employment Law provides a single source of up to date and practical information for the busy employment law practitioner.
To arrange your FREE 14-day trial to the online service or to find out how a print or online subscription to Jordan Publishing Employment Law will benefit your day-to-day work contact our Account Management Team today.
Employment Law provides:
- Checklists and flow charts outlining employers’ duties, responsibilities and best practice.
- Quarterly bulletins providing details of recent and forthcoming legislative and case-law developments.
- Expert guidance on all aspects of employment law and practice from recruitment to termination of employment.
- Detailed explanation of the latest legislative and case-law developments and their implications.
- Reliable updated keeping you on top of developments in law and practice.
- Quarterly bulletins - Focusing on the latest legislative and case-law developments
- Case summaries - Detailed case summaries are included to illustrate points raised in the text
- At a glance summaries and checklists
- The Contract of Employment
- Employment or self employment
- Express and implied terms
- Remedies for breach
- During Employment
- Renumeration, benefits and deductions
- Maternity, paternity and adoption rights
- Hours of work
- Flexible working requests
- Performance issues
- Grievances and discipline
- Holidays and sickness
- Time off
- Employment records
- Termination of Employment
- Termination of the employment contract
- Wrongful dismissal
- Unfair dismissal
- Transfer of undertakings
- Equal pay
- Discrimination on grounds of sex, race, religion and sexual orientation
- Disability discrimination
- Age discrimination
- Trade Unions
- Information and Consultation
- Employment Tribunals
- Practice and procedures
- Remedies and appeals
- Reference section
- Tables and Index
Having used other products on the market, we feel that the online Services provided by Jordan's are without doubt exceptional value for money in today's challenging legal environment. In addition, we feel that the simplicity of navigating around the online services saves us time in the preparation of client's matters.
John Mitton PG Legal
General EditorEdward Benson, Solicitor, Benson Employment Law Limited (previously employment law partner in Browne Jacobson LLP)
Contributing EditorsRichard Adkinson, MEng (Hons), Barrister, No 5 Chambers, Birmingham
Richie Alder, Solicitor, Partner, Trowers & Hamlins
Sophie Belgrove, Barrister, Devereux Chambers, London
David Cummings, Allen & Overy
Peter Edwards, Barrister, Devereux Chambers, London
Diya Sen Gupta, Barrister, Blackstone Chambers, London
Michael Hibbs, Solicitor, Partner, Shakespeare Martineau, Birmingham; Visiting Professor of Employment Law, Birmingham City University
Anthony Korn, BA (Oxon), Barrister, No 5 Chambers, London
Alice Mayhew, Barrister, Devereux Chambers, London
John McMullen, MA, PhD (Cantab), FCIPD, FRSA, Solicitor, Visiting Professor of Law, Durham University
Malcolm Pike, LLB, Solicitor, Partner, Addleshaw Goddard
Anna Scott, Solicitor, Trowers & Hamlins
Andrew Smith, Barrister, Matrix Chambers
Andrew Sugarman, Barrister, Parklane Plowden, Leeds and Newcastle
Seamus Sweeney, Barrister, Parklane Plowden, Leeds and Newcastle
Robert Thomas, LLB, Solicitor, Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys
£433.00 main work, including 4 updates for first year, inc mainland UK p&p (there is an additional cost for non-UK mainland p&p)
Annual subscription January - December
Annual Renewal £366.00 (4 updates)
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This release includes updates to: Divisions C1 (During Employment:
Remuneration, benefits and deductions); C3 (During Employment: Hours
of work); D3 (Termination of Employment: Unfair dismissal);
D4 (Termination of Employment: Redundancy); D5 (Termination of
Employment: Transfer of undertakings); E1 (Discrimination: Equal pay);
E2 (Discrimination: Discrimination because of sex, race, religion and
belief or sexual orientation); F (Trade Unions); G (Information and
Consultation); and H1 (Employment Tribunals: Practice and procedure).
Key points in this update include:
+ Confirmation that workers are entitled to their rest breaks under the
Working Time Regulations whether they ask for those breaks or not.
Earlier cases suggesting the opposite were therefore wrong (Grange
v Abellio London Limited).
+ An illustration of what amounts to a ‘proposal’ to make redundancies
– a decision to close a school unless pupil numbers increased was a
‘proposal’ to make redundancies, to the duty to consult collectively
was triggered (E Ivor Hughes Educational Foundation v Morris and
+ The duty of employers with more than 250 employees to publish
gender pay gap information, which is likely to be in force for the year
from April 2017 to March 2018.
+ Industrial action in protest at cuts in government funding can be
protected and therefore legal, despite the rule that industrial action is
only protected if it is in contemplation or furtherance of a trade
dispute – ie (broadly) a dispute about matters related to employment
(Secretary of State for Education v National Union of Teachers 
+ Reviews by the Ministry of Justice and the Justice Committee, which
have recommended that the amount of employment tribunal fees
should be substantially reduced.
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