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eBooks on Industrial Relations
Employment Law by
Employment Law offers comprehensive coverage of all key aspects of individual and collective employment law.
Textbook on Labour Law by
Includes the most up-to-date Employment Bill and relevant cases. Whilst exploring the practical aspects of labour law, the author also examines the theoretical issues.
The Changing Faces of Employment Relations by
Drawing on a range of international data, this comparative text demonstrates that whilst employment relations phenomena are nationally embedded, international market forces are compelling employers to compete in product markets by reducing labour costs, terms and conditions of employment, and job security for their workforces.
Employment Law for Business Students by
The ideal companion to support non-law students in their studies. Written with the needs of business students in mind, the book combines clear and straightforward explanations of all aspects of employment law with a strong practical focus ensuring students gain a full understanding of how employment law operates in the workplace.
Perspectives on Labour Law. the Law in Context Series by
This book introduces perspectives on labour law and then applies them to a selection of topics, including anti-discrimination law, dismissal, working time, pay, consultation and collective bargaining, trade union membership and industrial action.
Where to Find Books
You can find most of the books for Trade Union Education at St Johns Campus Library. To find a specific book, ask a Librarian or check the . The classmark tells you where the book is on the shelf. library catalogue
331.88 British Trade Unionism
658.4 Organisational Behaviour
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