Employment Legislation Publications

Ruined Lives: Blacklisting in the Construction Industry

by Prof Keith Ewing

Commissioned from IER by UCATT

NOW ON SPECIAL OFFER

Published in August 2009

This very timely report highlights the problems surrounding the practice of blacklisting within the UK and critically examines the governments proposed Regulations to deal with the matter.

 

Labour Law Review 2011 *Sold Out*

By Rebecca Tuck, Betsan Criddle & Claire Bowsher-Murray

Published in October 2011

The Institute's annual review of labour law is prodcued in association with Old Square Chambers

Legal experts have found much to comment on in this 2011 review of labour law. The authors tease out the implications of cases involving the minimum wage, health and safety, whistleblowing, working time regulations, TUPE and all aspects of discrimination law.

Fighting Back: resisting 'union-busting' and 'strike-breaking' in the BA dispute

By Prof Keith Ewing

Published in September 2011

The story of this publication relates to a dispute that had huge implications for UNITE and BASSA members whose lives were turned upside down by the demands of the employer.

But the nature of the dispute and the conduct of BA also have massive implications for british trade unionism generally.

Labour Law Review 2010

By Rebecca Tuck, Betsan Criddle and Claire Bowsher-Murray

Published in September 2010

A review of 2010 Employment Law. See below for a limited preview.

 

 

 

Public Interest Whistleblowing: Twelve Years of the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998

by Catherine Hobby

Published in August 2010

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About the publication

The ongoing problems faced by whistleblowers in the workplace are examined in this booklet. The author, Catherine Hobby analyses the impact of the Public Interest Disclosure Act 12 years after it was introduced.

The Employment Act 2008

by Georgina Hirsch, John Usher and Shubha Banerjee

Published in October 2009

This booklet offers an informed guide to the contents of the latest employment rights legislation together with a critical analysis of the issues the legislation fails to address.

The authors – three trade union legal practitioners – bring their knowledge, understanding and support for fair rights and free unions to the pages of this very timely and informative publication.

 

 

The Employment Act 2008 covers three main aspects of employment rights and trade union freedoms – reflected in the three sections of this booklet:

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