Labour Law into the Future (eBook)


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 9780702199455
  • Extent: 300 Pages
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  • Category: Labour Law

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Labour Law into the Future is a volume of analytical pieces in honour of Professor D’Arcy du Toit.

The contributing authors are internationally recognised and leading researchers in the field of labour law. As a result, Labour Law into the Future offers the latest contributions on some of the most hotly debated issues in labour law, such as unfair discrimination, outsourcing, wage justice and labour brokers.

  • Equality in income differentials & wage justice – Graham Giles
  • Can discrimination ever be fair? - Bob Hepple
  • The prohibition of discrimination in employment: Performance and prognosis in a transformative context - Christoph Garbers
  • Women and maternity: Is there truly equality in the workplace between men and women, and between women themselves? - Elsabé Huysamen
  • Transnational collective bargaining: The case of the European Union - Achim Seifert
  • Future of the collective labour agreements system challenged? - Teun Jaspers
  • Judge made labour law in Germany - Manfred Weiss
  • Basic features of dismissal protection in Germany - Bernd Waas
  • Section 197 of the Labour Relations Act: The next generation - Craig Bosch
  • To regulate or to ban? Controversies over temporary employment agencies in South Africa and Namibia - Paul Benjamin
  • Evaluating the future of vicarious liability and risk - Pieter Koornhof
  • The purpose of labour law: Can it turn green? - Rochelle le Roux
  • Bibliography

  • Labour court judges
  • Academics/researchers in labour law
  • NEDLAC, labour policy analysts
  • Post-graduate labour law students

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Labour Law into the Future is a volume of analytical pieces in honour of Professor D’Arcy du Toit.

The contributing authors are internationally recognised and leading researchers in the field of labour law. As a result, Labour Law into the Future offers the latest contributions on some of the most hotly debated issues in labour law, such as unfair discrimination, outsourcing, wage justice and labour brokers.

  • Equality in income differentials & wage justice – Graham Giles
  • Can discrimination ever be fair? - Bob Hepple
  • The prohibition of discrimination in employment: Performance and prognosis in a transformative context - Christoph Garbers
  • Women and maternity: Is there truly equality in the workplace between men and women, and between women themselves? - Elsabé Huysamen
  • Transnational collective bargaining: The case of the European Union - Achim Seifert
  • Future of the collective labour agreements system challenged? - Teun Jaspers
  • Judge made labour law in Germany - Manfred Weiss
  • Basic features of dismissal protection in Germany - Bernd Waas
  • Section 197 of the Labour Relations Act: The next generation - Craig Bosch
  • To regulate or to ban? Controversies over temporary employment agencies in South Africa and Namibia - Paul Benjamin
  • Evaluating the future of vicarious liability and risk - Pieter Koornhof
  • The purpose of labour law: Can it turn green? - Rochelle le Roux
  • Bibliography

  • Labour court judges
  • Academics/researchers in labour law
  • NEDLAC, labour policy analysts
  • Post-graduate labour law students

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