Employment Law in Practice
Employment Law in Practice equips the reader with a thorough grounding in substantive areas of employment law which are most frequently heard in ... Show synopsis Employment Law in Practice equips the reader with a thorough grounding in substantive areas of employment law which are most frequently heard in employment tribunals, including unfair dismissal which has been updated with the new Code of Practice, breach of contract, discrimination, equal pay and family friendly provisions. Fully updated in light of the Equality Act 2010, the new edition of the manual takes a highly pragmatic approach aimed at preparing the reader for practice. It features a dedicated chapter specifically focussing on the regulations and procedural aspects of employment tribunals and fully equips the reader with knowledge of the workings of employment tribunals, which will be essential for success in practice. The manual also contains a specialist section guiding the reader through the completion of forms, highlighting how to deal with interlocutory stages, how to use special procedures and accurately record settlements which will underpin their success in practice. Designed to accompany the employment law option on the Bar Professional Training Course, this manual is also appropriate for anyone who might require practical accessible guidance on conducting cases in employment law tribunals.