The Employment Tribunals Handbook

Author: John-Paul Waite
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
ISBN: 9781780433554
Size: 52.86 MB
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The Employment Tribunals Handbook offers a comprehensive guide to bringing and defending a claim in the employment tribunal covering every stage from pre-action procedure and protocols through to conducting the hearing itself. The Employment Tribunals Handbook is a step-by-step guide and includes worked examples throughout to aid clarity and ease of comprehension. It also includes all relevant developments in case law since the previous edition. Includes coverage of the following: Reforms to the employment tribunal rules as proposed by Mr Justice Underhill; The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill; Miscellaneous reforms, most importantly the introduction of fees for the filing of a Tribunal claim, changes to whistleblowing laws and the introduction of employee-shareholder (where the employee waves certain employment rights). Pro bono representation and organisations; Direct Access (access to specialist barristers without using a solicitor); Detailed guidance on the tribunals' and government's increasing emphasis on awards of costs in employment tribunals; Tips on how to avoid costs; List of dos and don'ts and potential pitfalls. Previous edition ISBN: 9781847666727

Tottel S Employment Tribunals Handbook

Author: Alan Payne
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
ISBN: 9781845920067
Size: 21.97 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This logical user-friendly handbook offers expert guidance on every aspect of the tribunal process, from identifying possible problems to preparing a winning case. The Employment Tribunals Handbook contains comprehensive and easy-to-understand explanations of relevant practice and procedure. All complex procedures are illustrated with worked examples, with relevant precedents included.

Finding Legal Information

Author: David Pester
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1780630581
Size: 67.18 MB
Format: PDF
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Given the vast amount of legal information available, it is sometimes very difficult - and certainly very time consuming - to know where to start looking for the specific information you require. This book, covering the most up-to-date information sources (printed and electronic), helps guide the reader towards the information they need. It is an accessible and easy-to-use directory of legal information sources for librarians, lawyers, students and anyone needing legal information. The book covers mainly British and European Union law and includes general material and the main subject areas, including online and internet sources. It also lists reference material, such as legal dictionaries and directories. The book is essentially a directory of information sources, with publishing details (including ISBN), and short comments where useful. Electronic sources are mentioned where relevant, with details of scope and any limitations of coverage. Comprehensive and up-to-date (covering electronic sources and important legal developments, including civil procedure and human rights) Covers the massive expansion of information on the web and online services Based on the author’s considerable experience – thus, he has gained a detailed and wide ranging understanding and appreciation of users’ needs and areas of interest

Irs Managing Conflict In The Workplace

Author: Heather Falconer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136391649
Size: 45.55 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Conflict, bullying and harassment can destroy the foundations of the most enterprising organisations. Bullying is now a key complaint received by HR departments. Destructive conflict creates stress, which can lead to poor morale and performance, increased staff turnover and an overall decline in organisational effectiveness. The good news is destructive conflict can be reduced – but this is a sensitive issue, requiring managers to call on tried and tested techniques. Published for HR and line managers, IRS Managing Conflict in the Workplace will help employers to recognise and resolve destructive conflict issues more effectively, enabling them to become more positive, productive and efficient. It gives invaluable advice on conflict prevention, mediation and negotiation; it explains how to manage conflict in a wide variety of situations; and includes guidance on the new statutory requirements for disciplinary and grievance procedures. The handbook will enable HR professionals to: • recognise the sectors, departments and types of individuals most prone to conflict • measure the costs of conflict • understand and comply with the law on the employer’s duty of care • spot potential problems, recognise bullying behaviours, understand the difference between constructive conflict and bullying and harassment, conduct a risk assessment and take preventative action • establish, communicate and monitor effective policies and procedures • train staff and managers in how to manage conflict effectively • reach agreement through negotiation • use conciliation and mediation to resolve difficult situations Also included is best practice advice, sample conflict management policies, case studies, checklists and legal compliance.