“This book provides invaluable insights into the potential to achieve effective protection at work. The careful contributions of its authors and the multiple array of potential solutions point to the possibility of change, but at the same time, the very complexity of the existing law, as highlighted in these contributions, together with a political climate which is not conducive to the promotion of rights makes this even more difficult.” – Sonia McKay,
Industrial Law Journal, Volume 42
“The book's key contribution lies in its interdisciplinary approach, which effectively illustrates the complexity and challenges of improving the enforcement of employment rights.
...a worthy read for all those involved or interested in employment law and its implementation in organisations.” – Alysia Blackham,
Cambridge Law Journal, Volume 72, 2
“...fills a gap between the law and employment relations, and all the contributors provide significant insights. This is not always the case in edited books with many contributors. Last, but not least, this book serves to pinpoint the public policy steps that, if there were sufficient political will, could be taken to change the British workplace to make it fairer.” – Susan Corby,
British Journal of Industrial Relations, Volume 51:2