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Now in its fifth edition, "Principles of Labour Law" offers a thorough and lucid study of all aspects of employment law, taking into account the implications of such legislation as the "Wages Act 1986", the "Sex Discrimination Act 1986", and the "Employment Act 1988". Professor Rideout draws on his considerable expertise and experience to chart the far-reaching developments the law has undergone at the hands of both Parliament and the Courts. Professor Rideout's book approaches the subject by looking at the employment relationship as essentially a contract which is greatly expanded and modified by statute and case law. The author examines the historical roots of every facet of employment law in order to give the reader a full perspective on current developments in the law and judicial thought. The subject is presented with all the benefit of the author's practical insight into its content and institutions. Much of the text has been substantially rewritten in a more concise form, notably the chapters on unfair dismissal, to keep pace with the changes in the law which have taken place in the last five years.
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