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Family rights at work a guide to employment law. By Robin Allen QC and Rachel Crasnow. ISBN: 978 1 84661 196 4. ww. ordanpublishing. Written by a team of expert contributors headed by Robin Allen QC and Rachel Crasnow, the book is at once a practical guide and reference tool for employment lawyers (as well as in-house and local government lawyers) and human resources professionals. The authors express the hope that their enthusiasm for the protections that employment law provides to family life will be adequately conveyed.
Family Rights at Work book. The book also examines the difficulties which can arise in the law, including maternity issues, adoption rights, part time and flexible working, parental leave rights, and discrimination. Clearly written sections address each famil Family Rights at Work: A Guide to Employment Law explains the highly-regulated framework in the UK which governs the rights of working parents.
Purpose and Intended Audience. Bibliographic information. Responsable Person: Robin Allen, Rachel Crasnow. Publication Date: 2012. Useful for students learning an area of law, Family rights at work: a guide to employment law is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat/OCLC. Find Family rights at work: a guide to employment law in Google Books. Find Family rights at work: a guide to employment law in Open Library. Publication Date: 2012
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Robin Allen, Rachel Crasnow. It is clear from the approach taken by the judiciary that the Human Rights Act 1998 will have a profound effect on the UK legal system. This title provides a comprehensive guide to the impact of the Human Rights Act on UK employment law. It addresses the basic concepts of conventionlaw and provides a summary of the key convention rights.
Rachel Crasnow is a barrister at Cloisters.
Human rights issues have become increasingly prevalent in employment cases, and significant new equality legislation has been introduced. A thorough understanding of the area is now vital for the serious employment lawyer. Rachel Crasnow is a barrister at Cloisters.
Robin Allen, Anna Beale, Rachel Crasnow. Human rights issues have become increasingly prevalent in employment cases, and significant new equality legislation has been introduced.
Автор: Allen, Robin, Название: Employment Law and Human Rights ISBN .
Robin Allen QC, Barrister, Cloisters,Rachel Crasnow QC, Barrister . She specialises in employment, discrimination and human rights law with a particular focus on mental health.
Robin Allen QC, Barrister, Cloisters,Rachel Crasnow QC, Barrister, Cloisters,Anna Beale, Barrister, Cloisters,Claire McCann, Barrister, Cloisters,Rachel Barrett, Barrister, Cloisters. Robin Allen QC is co-Head of Cloisters Barristers Chambers and Chair of the Bar Council's Equality and Diversity and Social Mobility Committee. Rachel represents a wide variety of clients and her work often overlaps with medical and regulatory law, education and public law issues.
by Robin Allen QC, Rachel Crasnow QC, Anna Beale, Claire McCann, Rachel Barrett. Books related to Employment Law and Human Rights. This book provides an introduction to the sources and practices of human and fundamental rights and their relationship to employment law, before launching into an analysis of various working conditions. Topics covered include: prohibition on slavery and forced labour; equality rights in relation to cultural, religious, gendered, and linguistic diversity; special protections put in place for children; protection from unjustified dismissal; and the interface between family and work including maternity and paternity rights.