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Tolley's Employment Handbook

Tolley's Employment Handbook
Elizabeth Slade
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The 35th (June 2021) edition of Tolley's Employment Handbook contains the best possible coverage of Employment Law.

The editorial team has an unrivalled breadth of Employment Law experience.

Chapters are contributed by leading and junior members of 11KBW Chambers, five times winners of the Chambers and Partners Award for Employment Law Chambers of the Year.

Once again this popular book provides the latest guidance on employment legislation and case decisions to give practitioners the knowledge they need to make effective decisions.

The book offers authoritative guidance written in a clear, highly accessible style.

Tolley's Employment Handbook is useful for all levels; it steers junior lawyers through the law, enables senior lawyers to stay up-to-date and quickly allows inhouse lawyers to get to the root of a problem. This book will help you understand exactly how the latest developments affect you, your company, your employees or your clients.

At-a-glance, convenient, portable handbook
Published annually as an up-to-date reference source
Contains guidance on employment legislation and its practical application
Assists practitioners with every query on routine subjects and gives expert guidance on the more sensitive areas
Complete practical A-Z guide to Employment Law
Important recent developments considered in this new 35th edition include:

Brexit's impact on Employment Law - the European Union Law chapter has been extensively revised to provide the most up-to-date account possible of the new regime;
The Supreme Court/s momentous decision in Uber BV and others v Aslam and others signalling a new approach to "worker" status in gig economy cases;
The ramifications for transfers of undertakings of the European Court of Justice's decision in ISS Facility Services NV v Govaerts.
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