This book, which appeals to specialist labor law practitioners as well as those with no prior knowledge of the subject, comprehensively covers the current transformation of collective labor law, statutory and common law, and the use of colledctive 'workforce agreements' to determine the scope of workers' rights. It also discusses the Employment Relations Act 1999, including a procedure for compulsory recognition of trade unions; additional protection for employees dismissed while taking part in industrial action; changes to industrial action notices and ballots; and a new right for all workers to be accompanied in disciplinary grievance proceedings. Relevant international provisions are also highlighted, together with the jurisprudence ot the European Court of Human Rigfhts and other international bodies.
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Gillian S. Morris is former Professor of Law,now Professor Associate, at Brunel University, a barrister at Matrix Chambers, and a Deputy Chairman of the Central Arbitration Committee. Timothy J Archer is a solicitor and Head of the Employment Practice at Richards Butler.Review:
.an extremely valuable resource for all those concerned with collective labour law whether as legal academics or practitioners or from the perspective of other disciplines. Bob Simpson Industrial Law Journal September 2000 Collective Labour Law by Professor Gillian Morris and Tim Archer aims and succeeds in providing a detailed and integrated analysis of these recent developments as well as the pre-existing areas of common law and statute. Anthony Korn ELA Briefing July 2001 In short there is everything you want to know about a suject which has not received much literary attention, even in times of past industrial strife. It is excellent. It will be welcomed by all employment lawyers, students of employment law, HR managers; anyone who wants to understand the legal/workplace scene in the 21st century. Nick Fairclough, Solicitor Solicitors' Journal July 2001 The book is striking for the comprehensiveness of its legal analysis which is accompanied by extensive references to other sources for more detailed consideration of particular issues. It is without doubt an invaluable resource for academic scholars. An appreciation of the scope, structure and evolution of this body of law is an essential prerequisite for any meaningful appraisal for the changing role of the law in labour relations and Morris and Archer provide an up to date foundation for this endeavour. Bob Simpson Oxford Journal of Legal Studies February 2003
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