3 edition of Employment law in the European Community found in the catalog.
Employment law in the European Community
by Kogan Page
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||280|
Employment Law in Context combines extracts from leading cases and articles with insightful and sophisticated author commentary to provide the reader with a full critical understanding of employment law. As well as providing a thorough grounding in individual labour law, this title offers the reader detailed analysis of the social, economic, political, and historical context in which. This book traces the evolution of European Union employment law and social policy from its essentially economic origins in the Treaty of Rome through to the emerging themes post-Amsterdam: co-ordination of national employment policies,modernisation of social laws and combating discrimination. Each stage of development of Community employment law and social policy is analysed in depth to give a.
European employment laws differ significantly from U.S. employment laws. One of the biggest conceptual differences is the unique U.S. employment at-will doctrine—which does not exist in European employment law. Naturally, understanding this difference (among many others) is especially important when dealing with the European Union and its member states. EU legislation is divided into primary and secondary. The treaties (primary legislation) are the basis or ground rules for all EU action. Secondary legislation – which includes regulations, directives and decisions – are derived from the principles and objectives set out in the treaties.
A practical guide to the comparative employment laws in Europe. It analyzes the legal systems in key European jurisdictions and considers employment issues not only from a . particularly the case in the area of employment law, where change can be fast paced. We have collaborated with a number of leading law firms across Europe to create this guide to European labour law changes. In it, we summarise recent changes to labour laws across Europe and highlight the key changes being introduced in File Size: 5MB.
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Ms Barnard's book is one of the best EU employment law books in Europe: a reference. Clear and by: The book identifies those areas where the law is unified by the enactment of European Directives, and regional differences which are potential pitfalls for employers with workers in more than one EU state.
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The Legal Protection of the Pregnant Worker in the EUropean Community (Studies in Employment Cited by: 3. The book then provides a basic outline of employment law in each of the 27 Member States. In the three years since the first edition of this book was published inmuch more This book reviews the evolution of labor law within the EU, analyzes the distinct regional approaches to employment and welfare, and looks at the pressures for change /5.
European Labour Law explores how individual European national legal systems, in symbiosis with the European Union, produce a distinctly European transnational labour law system. This extensively updated second edition examines the system's limitations and the challenges it faces as the European Union's influence on this area of social policy : Paperback.
The European Private International Law of Employment provides a descriptive and normative account of the European rules of jurisdiction and choice of law which frame international employment litigation in the courts of EU Member by: 2.
European Labour Law explores how individual European national legal systems, in symbiosis with the European Union, produce a transnational labour law system that is distinct and genuinely European Cited by: The book provides a basic outline of employment law in each of the 27 member states. It identifies those areas where the law is unified by the enactment of European Directives, and regional differences which are potential pitfalls for employers with workers in more than one EU state.5/5(1).
Description of Employment. The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes employment in the following terms:  The EU's policy on employment goes little further than monitoring it, regulating some of its aspects and expressing concern that it is not in more plentiful supply. There are policies on vocational training, regional aid (through the structural funds) and hours of.
The European Union has created a European centre of expertise in the field of labour law, employment and labour market policies in The centre of expertise covers legal, regulatory, economic and policy aspects of employment and labour markets, The European Commission & labour law.
European Union – EU employment law protects the rights of workers across the EU. However, these laws often operate differently in different member states as most EU employment law is created at EU level and is then brought into national law by each member state – Areas covered by EU law include: – Working time, part-time and fixed-term work.
Community legal system and remedies; European Community law and the development of a social policy; free movement of persons; equality law; health and safety; working conditions and other individual labour law measures; employment rights on the restructuring of enetrprises; collective labour law.
Series Title: Wiley series in European law. Modern Employment Law covers all aspects relating to the employment relationship between employer and employee at both individual and collective chapters are absorbing and exact, with nuanced topics such as unfair dismissal, discrimination and trade union law being explored from several different : Charles Barrow, Ann Lyon.
European employment law textbooks are already an established subgenre in academic writing. The need to merge general aspects of EU law and policy with the autonomous traits of EU employment law and of national labour laws renders the drafting of a textbook in this subject a very complex exercise in legal writing, as it is often difficult to build an account of this discipline that is Cited by: 3.
This new Fifth Edition of a major work by the well-known competition law team at Van Bael & Bellis brings the book completely up to date to take account of the great number of significant new cases that have been decided since the Fourth Edition in as well as many other developments.
Book Description Within Europe, employment law has grown as a result of regional rather than national legislation.
The European Union has been at the fore of developing a comprehensive framework to protect workers from unfair practices and discrimination. Community Legal System and Remedies; European Community Law and the Development of a Social Policy; Free Movement of Persons; Equality Law; Health and Safety; Working Conditions and Other Individual Labour Law Measures; Employment Rights on the Restructuring of Enterprises; Collective Labour Law; Chapter Updates, ; Selected Bibliography; Index.
This updated edition offers a fresh approach to the law governing employment relations, emphasizing the contemporary policy themes of social inclusion, competitiveness, and the rights of citizenship in the workplace. It acts as a succinct and accessible overview for those new to the subject as well as an excellent summary for students.
In Europe, there are three main sources of employment law: the European Union (EU), the European Social Charter (ESC), and the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). This chapter gives a brief overview of the creation, purpose, and scope of each of these sources. Throughout the industrial world, the discipline of labour law has fallen into deep philosophical and policy crisis, at the same time as new theoretical approaches make it a field of considerable intellectual ferment.
Modern labour law evolved in a symbiotic relationship with a post-war institutional and policy agenda, the social, economic, and political underpinnings of which have gradually.
How the European Union influences employment law in the United Kingdom The European backcloth In a journal which focuses on Law, Justice and Democracy in Europe it would be inappropriate not to treat the concept of the social dialogue in the UK, much of which has been influenced and developed as a result of European Union policies and European social laws.The accession by the European Union to the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) has opened up new possibilities in terms of the constitutional recognition of fundamental rights in the EU.
In the field of employment law it heralds a new procedure for workers and trade unions to challenge EU law against the background of the ECHR. The book begins with an examination of the development of EU employment law focusing on the shift from employment law to employment policy.
The text then studies rule-making in the field of employment law, considering both the traditional routes to legislation and governance techniques such as the Open Method of Coordination/5(8).