Understanding employment law concepts and cases

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Natalie van der Waarden (Author of Understanding Employment Law)

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HR Basics: Employment Law

Understanding Employment Law: Concepts and Cases

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Understanding Employment Law: Concepts and Cases is an employment law text for students learning about employment law as part of an Australian business or related degree and is designed as a text suiting a one semester course. It provides a focus on the employment contract, exploring the employment relationship from its inception to its conclusion, and noting relevant legislative impacts. The operation of contract principles and workplace legislation are discussed in clear, everyday language. Features: A clear explanation of the legal principles relevant to the employment relationship from its inception to its conclusion. Includes relevant legislative impacts and key cases.

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  1. Employment Law: Concepts and Cases, 4th edition is a popular seller with business, HR, arts and law students, this text discusses the legal principles in an employment relationship and includes recent developments in legislation and case law.

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