Equal Pay: Law and Practice (Jordan Publishing Employment Law Series)
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Why should you buy Equal Pay: Law and Practice (Jordan Publishing Employment Law Series)
Written by a leading employment barrister, Equal Pay: Law and Practice offers a clear and concise guide for practitioners involved in the complex and technical area of equal pay law and practice.
Containing the latest developments in this fast moving area of law, this practical guide provides commentary and insight into the relevant legislation, guidelines and case-law.
It highlights specific issues and areas of risk in relation to potential equal pay claims and considers every stage of an equal pay claim from claims of like work, work rated as equivalent and equal value, through to defences that an employer may wish to run. It includes everything a practitioner needs to know in a single volume with a systematic A-Z format for easy referencing.
Equal Pay: Law and Practice is written by Michael Duggan a highly regarded employment law specialist who regularly acts on the behalf of respondents and claimants alike in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and other Courts. Michael has written several books and regularly provides a monthly bulletin which is available on his Chambers' website.
Table of contents
European and UK Legislation
Persons covered by the Equal Pay Act 1970
The Equality Clause
The Comparator Pay Like Work
Work Rated as Equivalent
Work of Equal Value
The Material Factor Defence
Maternity and Equal Pay
Pensions and Equal Pay
Part-time Workers and Equal Pay
Equal Pay Health Check
Equal Pay and TUPE
The Impact of the Statutory Grievance Procedures
Proceedings and Remedies
Carrying Out a JES: The Five Stage Process Recommended by the Equal Opportunities Commission (now the Commission for Equality and Human Rights, known as the Equality and Human Rights Commission 'the EHRC')
Job Evaluation Checklist
JES Checklists: Ensuring a JES Scheme Complies with the Equal Pay Act 1970
Assessing Equal Value
Employment Data Needed for Equal Pay Reviews
Frequently Overlooked Job Characteristics
Guidance Notes 3: Statistical Analyses
EOC Code of Practice on Equal Pay (now the Commission for Equality and Human Rights, known as the Equality and Human Rights Commission 'the EHRC')