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Written by leading academic labour lawyers, The Law of Work, now in its second edition, presents a principled approach to its subject matter and offers a re-evaluation of the nature, scope, and importance of employment and labour law. It continues to be the most insightful, critical and up-to-date text in this area.
The book reflects the authors' conviction that social and economic context is of critical importance to an understanding of the law. Its major themes of contract and co-operation, work and social citizenship, and freedom of association provide the basis for the analysis and critique of the most significant tribunal decisions, cases, and legislative provisions.
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The Law of Work
Part 1: Work, Law and Context 1. The Law of Work 2. The Law of Work in the Global Era 3. Australian Law of Work in Transition 4. The Subject of the Law of Work Part 2: Contract and Cooperation 5. Work Relations and the Limits of Contract 6. Rights and Responsibilities under Contract Part 3: Standards and Rights 7. Work Standards 8. Equality and Diversity at Work 9. Security at Work Part 4: Freedom of Association 10. Freedom of Association at Work 11. Collective Bargaining Part 5: Dispute Resolution and Enforcement 12. Dispute Resolution and Enforcement Extended contents available in the book
ISBN: 9780195568813 ISBN-10: 0195568818 Audience:
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 624 Published: 6th January 2011 Publisher: Oxford University Press Australia Country of Publication: AU Dimensions (cm): 24.6 x 17.1
Weight (kg): 1.32
Edition Number: 2 Edition Type: Revised