Essential Social Security Law


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    Edition: 2nd Edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9780702173202
  • Extent: 304 Pages
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  • Category: Labour Law, Social Security Law

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The second edition of Essential Social Security Law, examines the law that seeks to alleviate the economic and social consequences suffered by people in the event of a complete or partial loss of income. It focuses on those contingencies that have a direct impact on a person’s earning capacity. In the process of examining these contingencies, the book deals with legislation such as the Social Assistance Act, Pension Funds Act, Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act, Unemployment Insurance Act, Basic Conditions of Employment Act and Medical Schemes Act. Essential Social Security Law also considers new statutes that have come into operation since the previous edition. The book also includes judgments dealing with various aspects of social security and cross-references the important and comprehensive report on social security compiled by the Taylor Committee.

  • Introduction to social security law
  • Old age and death
  • Employment injuries
  • Unemployment
  • Sickness
  • Invalidity
  • Medical care
  • Maternity
  • The need to maintain children
  • Personal and community crises
  • Hardship caused by the state
  • The lack of opportunities for disadvantaged members of society
  • Financing social security
  • The administration of social security
  • Discrimination in social security legislation
  • Migrant workers
  • The role of the International Labour Organisation in social security

  • Practitioners specialising in social security and labour law
  • Trade union officials
  • Officials of the Departments of Social Services, Labour, Health and Finance and Social services
  • Students in the field of social security will find the text user-friendly and accessible

 

 

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The second edition of Essential Social Security Law, examines the law that seeks to alleviate the economic and social consequences suffered by people in the event of a complete or partial loss of income. It focuses on those contingencies that have a direct impact on a person’s earning capacity. In the process of examining these contingencies, the book deals with legislation such as the Social Assistance Act, Pension Funds Act, Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act, Unemployment Insurance Act, Basic Conditions of Employment Act and Medical Schemes Act. Essential Social Security Law also considers new statutes that have come into operation since the previous edition. The book also includes judgments dealing with various aspects of social security and cross-references the important and comprehensive report on social security compiled by the Taylor Committee.

  • Introduction to social security law
  • Old age and death
  • Employment injuries
  • Unemployment
  • Sickness
  • Invalidity
  • Medical care
  • Maternity
  • The need to maintain children
  • Personal and community crises
  • Hardship caused by the state
  • The lack of opportunities for disadvantaged members of society
  • Financing social security
  • The administration of social security
  • Discrimination in social security legislation
  • Migrant workers
  • The role of the International Labour Organisation in social security

  • Practitioners specialising in social security and labour law
  • Trade union officials
  • Officials of the Departments of Social Services, Labour, Health and Finance and Social services
  • Students in the field of social security will find the text user-friendly and accessible

 

 

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