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By Richard W. Painter

This re-creation of the winning guide Employment Rights is absolutely up to date and revised to incorporate new fabric on all fresh employment legislation. Employment Rights is a well-established textual content and reference aspect on all points of labour legislation – particularly these outdoor the felony career. insurance is finished and comprises recruitment and choice; contracts (and alterations to them); wages; discrimination; unfair dismissal and redundancy; health and wellbeing and security; exchange union rights; and work-related advantages. This new version has been increased to incorporate assurance of advancements resembling the Employment Act 2002, Tax credit Act 2002, EC Employment, Social coverage, the eu conference of Human Rights; and reform of the incapacity Discrimination Act 1995 and the commercial Tribunals Act 1996.

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Meade and Baxendale [1998] IRLR 706, HL – 94, 95, 96, 102, 103, 108, 347, 417 Wilson and the National Union of Journalists; Palmer, Wyeth and National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers; Doolan and Others v. United Kingdom (2002) 35 EHRR 20; [2002] IRLR 568, ECtHR – 70, 124, 416, 426 Wilson J & Bros Ltd v. USDAW [1977] ICR 530 – 425 Wilson v. Associated Newspapers [1995] 2 All ER 100; [1995] IRLR 258, HL – 415, 426 Wilson v. Maynard Shipbuilding Consultants AB [1977] IRLR 491 – 189 Wilson v.

West [1980] IRLR 201 – 30 Young James and Webster v. United Kingdom [1981] IRLR 408; [1983] IRLR 35, ECtHR – 415 Zafar v. Glasgow City Council [1998] IRLR 36 – 210 Zaiwalla & Co v. Walia [2002] IRLR 697 – 233 P&P3 00 pre xxxi 17/8/04 9:31:13 am Table of EC, ECHR, and International Material EC Treaty Sources Treaty of Rome 1957 (Pre-Treaty of Amsterdam) – 4, 8 art 118A – 361, 373 art 119 – 10, 31 Single European Act 1986 (February 1986) – 10, 14, 373 Treaty on European Union (February 1992: The Maastricht Treaty) – 14, 53 Single European Act 1997 – 14 Treaty Establishing the European Community (Post-Treaty of Amsterdam October 1997) (TEC) – 4 art 42 – 503 arts 61–69 – 504 art 63 – 504 art 125 – 4 part VII – 4 arts 125–130 – 4 art 125 – 4 art 127 (2) – 5 art 128 (2) – 4 art 136 – 5 art 137 – 5, 151, 361, 373 art 138 – 131 art 140 – 5 art 141 – 31, 32, 173, 174–81 art 249 – 174 title VII – 4 title XI – 4, 5 Treaty of Nice (February 2001) – 4 EC Secondary Legislation EC Regulations 1612/68 – 503 1408/71 – 503 2002/14 – 98 2157/2001 – 419 EC Directives 75/117 – 173, 175 75/129 – 13, 92, 418 76/207 – 31, 32, 54, 173, 175, 201, 213, 217 77/187 – 10, 13, 35, 94, 95, 418 80/987 – 418 xxxii P&P3 00 pre xxxii 17/8/04 9:31:13 am Table of EC, ECHR, and International Material xxxiii 89/391 – 13, 361, 362, 373 art 2 – 362 art 4 – 362 arts 6–11 – 362 90/70 – 49 92/56 – 92 92/85 – 13, 150, 151 93/104 – 13, 14, 99, 130, 131 94/33 – 131 94/95 – 92, 418 97/75 – 150 97/80 – 187 97/81 – 13, 42, 237 98/23 – 13 98/49 – 503 98/50 – 10, 71, 96 99/70 – 44, 46 2000/43 – 201 2000/78 – 15, 53, 58, 207, 239, 491 2001/23 – 418 2001/86 – 419 2002/14 – 98, 436 2002/73 – 210, 215, 220 2003/9 – 504 2003/43 – 215 EC Proposed Directives Working Conditions for Temporary Agency Workers – 50, 52 Commission Proposal for Directive on Working Conditions of Temporary Agency Workers – 26, 50–2 Draft 5th Company Directive – 99 EC Directives Awaiting Implementation Information and Consultation Directive 2002/14/EC (to be implemented in UK between 23 March 2005 and 23 March 2008) EC Charter Rights European Social Charter 1961 – 5, 314, 503 Charter of the Fundamental Social Rights of Workers 1989 (The Social Charter) – 5, 13, 14, 419, 503 art 8 – 130 art 12 – 419 art 16 – 150 Charter of the Fundamental Rights of the European Union 2000 – 503 Resolutions, Agreements, etc Agreement/Protocol on Social Policy 1992 (EC Member States, other than the UK) (Lapsed 1 May 1999 after Entry into Force of the TEC, and Title XI on Social Policy) – 4, 5, 14 EC Council of Labour and Social Ministers: Resolution on Sexual Harassment at Work (Res 6015/90) (1990) – 213, 214 ECHR European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (ECHR) – 15, 16, 89, 90 P&P3 00 pre xxxiii 17/8/04 9:31:13 am xxxiv Employment Rights art 2 – 503 art 3 – 89, 90 art 6 – 15, 89 arts 8–11 – 90 art 8 – 15, 89, 90, 239 art 8 (1) – 90, 91 art 8 (2) – 91 art 10 – 89, 416 art 11 – 89, 412, 416 art 14 – 15, 89, 90, 239, 416, 503 protocol 1, art 1 – 15, 90, 503 International Material (UN, ILO, etc) Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees (Geneva, 1951) – 503 International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention No.

12 The swathe of anti-union legislation in the 1980s and 1990s, followed by the re-introduction of statutory recognition procedures in the Employment Relations Act 1999, has maintained collective labour relations law as a subject. Wider aspects affecting the employment relationship are no longer segregated off from the subject of ‘employment rights’. EC developments, in these respects, have undoubtedly broadened perceptions of the subject in the UK. It is now as much concerned with employment-related issues like welfare-to-work schemes, job creation, reconciling work and family commitments, gender gaps, and States’ P&P3 01 chap01 5 17/8/04 9:31:23 am 6 Introduction taxation and benefits systems, as with more traditional areas of employment rights.

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