Employment Law in New Zealand, 2nd edition - LN Red Book
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Employment Law in New Zealand presents New Zealand employment law concisely and in a format accessible to both students and legal practitioners
Employment Law in New Zealand presents New Zealand employment law concisely and in a format accessible to both students and legal practitioners. New to this edition is an expanded discussion of the employment contract; changes arising from the Health and Safety Reform Act 2015; new legislation regards strike law and minimum wages as well as collective bargaining and pay equity. In addition to the comprehensive commentary, the chapters include further reading and additional resource suggestions.
This approachable book is an invaluable resource for all practitioners and students law - answering employment-related questions and providing a starting point for undertaking more specific research.
- Overlapping H&S Duties and Contractor Management [WEBINAR]
- McKenzie, Health and Safety at Work: A Practitioners Guide, 2016
- Practical Guidance Employment Law
- Mazengarb’s Employment Law (Loosleaf)
- Stewart & Murray, MyLawGuide: Employment Law Made Easy
Table of contents
Part 1: General introduction
1. Scope and structure of the book
2. Character and functions of employment law
3. Parties, concepts and institutions
Part 2: Individual employment law
4. The individual employment relationship
5. The employee and the employment agreement
6. Formation and form of an employment agreement
7. Contractual aspects of employment
8. Termination of employment
9. Personal grievances
10. Specific employment issues
Part 3: Collective employment law
11. Collective employment relationships
12. Freedom of association and trade unions
13. Collective bargaining and collective agreements
14. Occupational health and safety
Extent: Approx. 750