Employment law is one of the most challenging and dynamic areas of contemporary law with which the student or the practitioner can engage. Principles of Irish Employment Law plots a route through the bewildering array of fora and institutions that exist for the resolution of employment disputes and outlines, in comprehensible fashion, the remedies available to employment law litigants. This book analyses and explains the overarching features of the Irish employment law system, focusing on the sources of employment law, the institutional framework, and the nature of the employment relationship. It examines the rights and obligations of employers and employees and sets the law in its social and economic context, drawing on criticisms and perspectives from a variety of disciplines. An invaluable resource for all students of law and disciplines related to management and industrial relations.
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Date of Publication: 01/08/2010