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labour law

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) those areas of law which appertain to the relationship between employers and employees and between employers and trade unions
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BUSINESSES in Chester are invited to attend a free HR and employment law event.
Covington and Seiner write for readers with little or no prior knowledge of employment law who would like an overview, students taking courses in it who would like a study guide, and lawyers and others working in a different specialty who are working on a case or problem that requires them to know the basics of employment law.
If employment law were writing a Christmas card to the other legal specialisms this year, this is what it would be likely to scribble quickly in the left hand side of the card: "Wow, what a year 2017 has been, tribunal fees scrapped and the gig economy taking a battering.
Employment law makes up a considerable portion of the practice at The Brown Firm, and the VA firm is making extra efforts to now support residents with wrongful termination cases that involve the Americans with Disabilities Act.
WITH weeks to go until the General Election, employment law has become a key battleground with workplace issues moving up the political agenda.
EMPLOYMENT law specialist Jon Dyson is celebrating 25 years service at legal practice Wilkinson Woodward Norcliffe & Co.
THE EMPLOYMENT law landscape is changing substantially.
SOLIHULL College Employer Services is working with Conker Training Limited to provide a range of employment law courses at the college.
The views were voiced at a recent business seminar organised by recruitment services provider Pertemps in Newcastle, with an employment law expert from Weightmans Solicitors.
PROFESSIONALS looking for a little help with employment law can now access an iPad app released by Newcastle law firm Samuel Phillips.
THERE has been considerable Press coverage about the effect of employment law on the ability of employers to recruit new staff, with some employers citing current employment laws are too restrictive and inhibit growth.
The number of legal disputes surrounding employment law has been rising in recent years with claims increasing by 56 per cent in 2010.

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