Stewart's Guide to Employment Law explains the way in which employment relationships are regulated - how employment laws are made, whom they affect, what duties they impose, and how those duties can be enforced. Written by one of Australia's leading authorities, it offers clear, concise and topical analysis of this complex area of law. It explains the effect of the controversial 'Work Choices' reforms, and also outlines the changes that proposed by the Rudd Government. The book is designed to meet the needs of students, teachers and practitioners in the fields of industrial relations and human resources. Lawyers and labour law students will also find it a valuable introduction to the field.
Publisher: Federation Press