Equal Opportunitues Review 1993 To 2009 Law Books Set




TheEqual Opportunities Reviewis written by professionals from across many different disciplines in public, private and voluntary organisations, pulled together byMichael Rubenstein, one of the UK’s foremost discrimination and employment law experts.

EOR includes:

    • Expert commentary –contributions from key people in the world of discrimination law and diversity. Recent contributors include: Bronwyn McKenna, Unison; Darren Newman, director of In-Company Training Services and independent commentator; Sam Webster, Christian Institute; Sue Hastings, equal pay adviser; Jennifer Eady QC and Kara Loraine, Old Square Chambers; Gail Cartmail, assistant general secretary, Unite, the Union; Rachel Krys, Employers Forum on Age; Mary Stacey, Employment Judge.
    • Legislation– reviewed and explained clause by clause, with analysis of potential problem areas – includes detailed scrutiny of the new Equality Act as it progressed through Parliament and as it is brought into effect.
    • Case reports– unrivalled expert analysis of key cases from the UK tribunals and appeal courts, and the European Court of Justice.
      • In the Courts– a column by Michael Rubenstein explaining the most significant appeal court decisions.
      • Case digest– a monthly round up of recent leading employment tribunal decisions byEOREditor, Sue Johnstone now with full text transcripts online
    • Case studies of named organisations –an insight into best practice, and guidance as to how others are addressing legal compliance.
    • Surveys– providing guidance on current employment practice across a wide cross-section of organisations.
    • News– keeping you up to date with everything in the field of equal opportunities, diversity and discrimination law.
    • Diary– a regular column by Michael Rubenstein providing an insight into what’s happening in the world of equality, diversity and discrimination law.
    • Expanded themes– in addition to all the regular features, each monthEORbrings together articles and case reports on a general theme: Equal Pay – Religion or belief – Harassment and bullying – Disability – Pregnancy, maternity and parental rights – Sexual orientation – Compensation – Flexible working – Gender – Diversity

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