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EU Social and Employment Law 2E

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2nd
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9780199689156

ISBN10:
0199689156
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
5/27/2014
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Oxford University Press, USA
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Summary

This new edition provides a distinctively broad-based approach to EU Employment Law, covering related social policy and anti-discrimination measures, as well as a detailed overview of how policy and law are made. It analyses in detail EU legislation and case law in the areas of collective and individual employment rights, including redundancies, transfers of undertakings, working time, part-time and fixed term and temporary employment. The author further considers the important provisions and case-law concerning equality of treatment on the basis of gender, race, age, disability and religion. EU Social and Employment Law offers essential expertise in this important and fast changing area of European Law.

Author Biography


Philippa Watson, Barrister, Essex Court Chambers; Visiting Professor, City Law School, London

Professor Philippa Watson is a barrister in European Union law, both economic and social, practising from Essex Court Chambers, London. She is Professor of Competition Law at City Law School and Visiting Professor of Competition Law at Queen Mary University of London.

Table of Contents


PART I: GENERAL
1. Introduction
2. Sources
3. Evolution
4. Policy Making
5. The Legislative Process
PART II: SOCIAL POLICY
6. Social Security
7. Disability
8. Corporate Social Responsibility
9. Social Inclusion
PART III: EMPLOYMENT POLICY
10. The Common Employment Policy
PART IV: COLLECTIVE EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS
11. Redundancies
12. Transfers of Undertakings
13. Insolvency
14. Information and Consultation
PART V: INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS
15. Terms of Employment
16. Paternal Leave
17. Pregnant Workers
18. Young Workers
19. Part-Time Work
20. Fixed Term Employment
21. Temporary Employment
22. Working Time
23. Posting of Workers
PART VI: EQUALITY OF TREATMENT: MEN AND WOMEN
24. Equal Pay
25. Equal Treatment
26. Social Security
27. Occupational Pension Schemes
PART VII: EQUALITY OF TREATMENT: RACE
28. Race
PART VIII: EQUALITY OF TREATMENT: AGE, DISABILITY AND RELIGION
29. Age, Disability and Religion
30. Conclusions


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