Labour Law into the Future

Essays in Honour of D’Arcy du Toit


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9780702194238
  • 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. This tribute, marking his retirement as Senior Professor from the Faculty of Law at the University of the Western Cape, reflects on the academic and intellectual contribution that he has made in a distinguished career as activist, commentator and thinker in his field of expertise, labour law. 

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. This tribute, marking his retirement as Senior Professor from the Faculty of Law at the University of the Western Cape, reflects on the academic and intellectual contribution that he has made in a distinguished career as activist, commentator and thinker in his field of expertise, labour law. 

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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