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LRD Law at work 2013

LRD Law at work 2013

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Published by Mike McDonald
Your activists need this handbook
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Published by: Mike McDonald on Mar 27, 2013
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Pre-publication deal for LRD affiliates ONLY. Order by return email
 
Save on orders of over 100 copies AND save another 10% if you place your order before THURSDAY 18 APRIL
 
Law at work 2013
to be published MAY 2013
 
Your activists need this handbook 
Your union workplace representatives need to understand the law, now more than ever, asradical changes - including the introduction of tribunal fees - mean they will increasingly need toresolve issues in the workplace itself.
 
The annual edition of LRD’s best-selling handbook,
'Law at Work'
 , is written specifically for tradeunion representatives and is one of the most accessible and trusted sources of legal informationon employment rights available.
'Law at work 2013'
has been fully revised to help union activists get to grips with the many unwelcome changes the government intends to introduce over the coming months, including:
 
 
Tribunal fees
 
Plans for compulsory Acas conciliation
 
Cutting back on the obligation to consult unions over redundancies
 
Introducing 'protected conversations' to make it easier for employers to sack workers
 
 
Reducing the protection available to whistleblowers
 
 
Suggestions that key protections provided by TUPE could be undone
 
 
Dismantling key protections provided by the Equality Act 2010
 
The handbook also sets out other important developments including:
 
 
An update on changes in family friendly laws
 
New law from the European Court of Human Rights on religious discrimination in theworkplace and dismissal for political reasons
 
New cases on employment status, including zero hours contract workers and volunteers
 
 
New cases on contract terms, including collectively agreed terms
 
 
Cases on union recognition
 
'Law at work 2013' 
is a clear, concise, step by step guide to the key aspects of employment law for the
 
lay person. It includes copious examples of recent case law to show how the law is applied in court and it isthe essential text for all trade union activists in the defence of our rights at work 
 
YOU CAN ORDER IT BY RETURN EMAIL
The 2012 edition sold well over 24,000 copies – and many unions find it sovaluable that they opt to have their editions printed under their own name
 
We will publish 'Law at work 2013' with YOUR cover 
 
Order 500 or more booklets and we will publish your own cover for a single fee covering print, paper and binding costs regardless of how many you order. You can supply us with customised cover artwork, a personal introduction from the General Secretary on the inside front cover and union contact details on theinside back. For just £425 you can reinforce your relationship with your organisers and members by equipping them with the tools to defend their employment rights. If you would like further information please call 
 
 Jenny Shramenko 020 7902 9819or email  jenny@lrd.org.uk 
 
 
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