Collective Labour Law (Online)



    Edition: 2nd Edition
  • Format: Online
  • ISBN: 2410 9460
  • Extent: 475 Pages
  • Published:
  • Category: Labour Law

R653.00



Collective Labour Law 2nd Edition deals with all the issues that may arise in the relationship between organised labour and employers. Beginning with a description of the main players in the field - trade unions and employers' organisations - the book undertakes a systematic exploration of the available bargaining forums, the collective bargaining process, the conclusion of collective agreements, the legal requirements covering strikes and lockouts, and the consequences of unlawful industrial action. This volume is a companion to three others (Employment Rights, Dismissal, and Labour Litigation and Dispute Resolution), which together provide a comprehensive overview of the entire body of current labour law.

  • Preface
  • Table of cases
  • Table of statutes
  • Chapter 1: Introduction, background and overview 
  • Chapter 2: The legal framework  
  • Chapter 3: Freedom of association 
  • Chapter 4: Bargaining agents
  • Chapter 5: Organisational rights
  • Chapter 6: Bargaining forums  
  • Chapter 7: The bargaining process
  • Chapter 8: Collective agreements
  • Chapter 9: Collective bargaining and industrial action
  • Chapter 10: Primary strikes  
  • Chapter 11: The requirements for protection
  • Chapter 12: Secondary strikes
  • Chapter 13: Protest action 
  • Chapter 14: The extent of protection
  • Chapter 15: Unprotected strikes
  • Chapter 16: Picketing 
  • Chapter 17: Lock-outs 
  • Subject index

  • Legal practitioners
  • Negotiators, mediators and arbitrators
  • Human resources managers and consultants 
  • Labour relations practitioners and consultants 
  • Employers and employees
  • Bargaining councils
  • CCMA officials
  • Trade unions and employee representatives
  • Academics and students
  • Libraries

Key Benefits

  • Written in a clear and lively style by an author with 25 years' experience as a judge, arbitrator, advocate, author and academic
  • Sets out the principles underlying each issue discussed, and illustrates them with examples drawn from decided cases
  • Hyperlinks allow for easy navigation within the product to referenced legislation and case law for subscribers to the relevant online publications
  • Powerful electronic searching allows for easy and rapid access to information

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Collective Labour Law 2nd Edition deals with all the issues that may arise in the relationship between organised labour and employers. Beginning with a description of the main players in the field - trade unions and employers' organisations - the book undertakes a systematic exploration of the available bargaining forums, the collective bargaining process, the conclusion of collective agreements, the legal requirements covering strikes and lockouts, and the consequences of unlawful industrial action. This volume is a companion to three others (Employment Rights, Dismissal, and Labour Litigation and Dispute Resolution), which together provide a comprehensive overview of the entire body of current labour law.

  • Preface
  • Table of cases
  • Table of statutes
  • Chapter 1: Introduction, background and overview 
  • Chapter 2: The legal framework  
  • Chapter 3: Freedom of association 
  • Chapter 4: Bargaining agents
  • Chapter 5: Organisational rights
  • Chapter 6: Bargaining forums  
  • Chapter 7: The bargaining process
  • Chapter 8: Collective agreements
  • Chapter 9: Collective bargaining and industrial action
  • Chapter 10: Primary strikes  
  • Chapter 11: The requirements for protection
  • Chapter 12: Secondary strikes
  • Chapter 13: Protest action 
  • Chapter 14: The extent of protection
  • Chapter 15: Unprotected strikes
  • Chapter 16: Picketing 
  • Chapter 17: Lock-outs 
  • Subject index

  • Legal practitioners
  • Negotiators, mediators and arbitrators
  • Human resources managers and consultants 
  • Labour relations practitioners and consultants 
  • Employers and employees
  • Bargaining councils
  • CCMA officials
  • Trade unions and employee representatives
  • Academics and students
  • Libraries

Key Benefits

  • Written in a clear and lively style by an author with 25 years' experience as a judge, arbitrator, advocate, author and academic
  • Sets out the principles underlying each issue discussed, and illustrates them with examples drawn from decided cases
  • Hyperlinks allow for easy navigation within the product to referenced legislation and case law for subscribers to the relevant online publications
  • Powerful electronic searching allows for easy and rapid access to information

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.


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