Family Rights at Work A Guide to Employment Law
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Why should you buy Family Rights at Work A Guide to Employment Law
Family Rights at Work: A Guide to Employment Law explains the highly regulated framework which governs the rights of working parents, and the difficulties that can arise in the law surrounding it, including:
- Maternity issues
- Adoption rights
- Part-time and flexible working
- Parental leave rights
- Further discrimination including sexual orientation
Clear sections address each family-related issue which employers may encounter, and combine case-law analysis with guidance on how the rules and regulations can be applied in practice.
With its practical approach, Family Rights at Work: A Guide to Employment Law will assist employment lawyers and in-house lawyers, HR departments and local government lawyers with advising both employers and employees on the rights of working parents.
Essential reading for:
- Employment law practitioners
- In-house lawyers
- Local government lawyers
- Human resources personnel
Table of contents
An Introduction to Family-friendly Law
Statutory Adoption Leave and Pay
Statutory Maternity Pay and Allowances
Part-time and Flexible Working
Other Kinds of Discrimination
Positive Action and Family Rights in Employment
Key Procedures and Getting Help