"This book presents and evalutes the nature of employment contracts, conditions of employment, and termination of employment with details of legislation and relevant recent case law.
Author: Mary Faulkner
This edition of the bestselling comprehensive textbook on Irish labour law has been fully updated and revised to reflect all the major legislative and case law changes in labour law in Ireland. New developments include: reforms of the State's industrial relations structures under the Workplace Relations Act 2015; Protected Disclosures Act 2014 on workplace whistleblowing; landmark CJEU case (Achbita) on employees wearing visible political or religious symbols while at work; the Uber case and the definition of 'employee'; developments in the law on employment permits; mandatory retirement ages; recent Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, and High Court decisions; and more. Essentials of Irish Labour Law, Third Edition provides an historical context to labour law with particular reference to the Constitution, EU law, common law, international conventions, the labour market, and unions. This book examines the various legal structures and regulatory frameworks-domestic and European-that underpin determinations and decisions made in relation to labour law. It presents and evaluates the nature of employment contracts, conditions of employment, and termination of employment with details of legislation and relevant recent case law. Issues such as safety, health and welfare at work, equality legislation and terms and conditions of employment legislation are detailed throughout the text. [Subject: Irish Law, Labor Law]
New to this edition: Reforms of the State's industrial relations structures under the Workplace Relations (Law Reform) Bill 2012 Landmark case John Grace Fried Chicken Ltd on the unconstitutionality of JLCs Hussein case on employment ...
Author: Mary Faulkner (Barrister-at-law)
Publisher: Gill Education
Updated edition of this bestselling comprehensive textbook on Irish labour law, which reflects all the major legislative and case law changes in this area since 2008. New to this edition: Reforms of the State's industrial relations structures under the Workplace Relations (Law Reform) Bill 2012 Landmark case John Grace Fried Chicken Ltd on the unconstitutionality of JLCs Hussein case on employment permits and legal contracts New developments in the law on bullying and harassment, including corporate bullying in Kelly v Bon Secours Health Systems Ltd Employment injunctions EU Directives, including the Directive on Temporary Agency Workers and the Protection of Employees (Temporary Agency Work) Act 2012 Recent Supreme Court and High Court decisions. Provides a historical context to labour law with particular reference to the Constitution, EU law, common law, international conventions, the labour market and unions. Examines the various legal structures and regulatory frameworks - domestic, European and international - that underpin determinations and decisions made in relation to labour law. Presents and evaluates the nature of employment contracts, conditions of employment, and termination of employment with details of legislation and relevant recent case law. Safety, health and welfare at work, equality legislation and terms and conditions of employment legislation are detailed throughout the text. Written For: Students of law and for those taking labour law as part of a non-law programme. People working in HR, IR or employee representative function.
The Chronicle , like The Times , was also prepared to use the Irish case as a
proxy in a controversy that was principally ... Senior had now been converted to
accepting the essentials of an Irish poor law in the same way that Chadwick's
logic had converted him on the ... case for a poor law as grounded in a selfish
desire to exclude Irish labour from Britain , with the enlightened Whig plan to
extend the new ...
Author: Peter Gray
This book examines the debates preceding and surrounding the 1838 act on the nature of Irish poverty and the responsibilities of society towards it. It traces the various campaigns for a poor law from the later eighteenth century. The nature and internal frictions of the great Irish poor inquiry of 1833-36 are analyzed, along with the policy recommendations made by its chair, Archbishop Whately. It considers the aims and limitations of the government’s measure and the public reaction to it in Ireland and Britain. Finally, it describes the implementation of the Poor Law between 1838 and 1843 under the controversial direction of George Nicholls. It will be of particular importance to those with a serious interest in the history of social welfare, of Irish social thought and politics, and of British governance in Ireland in the early nineteenth century.
A number of factors, including the rise of the Irish Home Rule movement in the
19th century, led to the emergence of a Scottish ... The Labour Government
elected in 1974 lacked an outright majority and was forced to make concessions
to the ...
Author: Jean McFadden
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Looking at the UK and Scotland, Public Law Essentials is an invaluable guide for law students throughout the United Kingdom and for practising lawyers needing a quick reference. From the monarchy to the UK and Scottish parliaments, and from judicial review to the parliamentary ombudsman, this fully updated second edition gives you all the coverage of public law that you need for your course, your exams and your practice. In particular, the Scots law sections have been updated in light of the Smith Commission and the Scotland Bill 2015-16. Handy reference sections include tables of cases, statues and conventions, and summaries of essential facts and cases.
RECENT LEGAL PUBLICATIONS The Irish Jurist Quarterly Digest 1 - A Summary
of ... The volume commences with a consideration of the essentials of making a
will , its preparation and execution ... evidenced International Survey of Legal
Decisions on Labour Law , 1936 - 37 ( Geneva : International Labour Office .
Includes section "Books and publications."
... Henry Asquith David Lloyd George Andrew Bonar Law Stanley Baldwin James
Ramsey MacDonald (1st Labour Prime ... 1920 created separate Parliaments in
Dublin and Belfast and then the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921 recognised the Irish ...
Author: Chris Kent Glasby
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
How did Henry Tudor manage to become King of England? What were the causes of the Wars of the Roses? Why is Lady Jane Grey known as the 9 days queen? ‘The Bare Essentials: Kings and Queens’ will provide the answers to these questions. This reference book for students gives a synopsis of each of the reigns of the rulers of England and then The United Kingdom from 1066 to the present day. Whether looking at the life of a single individual, such as Queen Elizabeth I, or discussing an event like The Peasant’s Revolt; this book will allow access, quickly and easily, to the information required. As well as being of interest to children who enjoy history, several of the units of study for KS2 and KS3 can be researched using this book as a starting point to gain background information. It will help the older child to appreciate the events that transformed the power of kings into the rule of democracy and parliament, leading the United Kingdom to its present constitutional monarchy. It is also just as useful for the more mature adult who wishes a glimpse of English history on a broader canvas without being overwhelmed by dates and events.