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Termination of Employment

By: Julian Yew
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Published: 01-01-2008
Edition: 1st
Extent: 700
ISBN: 9781845928339
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 255 x 172 mm
RRP : £510.00

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Other contributors:
Corinne Aldridge, LLB, Partner and Head of Department (Kingsley Napley)
Nathaniel Caiden, Barrister (Cloisters Chambers)
Carol Davis, Barrister (Littleton Chambers)
Robert Eldridge, LLB, Solicitor, Partner (Keystone Law)
Benjamin Gray, Barrister (Littleton Chambers)
Anna Henderson, Solicitor (Herbert Smith)
Judith Hogarth, BA MA, Solicitor (Engineering Employers' Federation)
Jeremy Lewis, Barrister (Littleton Chambers)
Paul Mander, LLB, Solicitor, Partner (Penningtons Manches LLP (London))
Bina Patel, Senior Associate (Kingsley Napley)
Alexander Robson, Barrister (Littleton Chambers)
Mohinderpal Sethi Q.C. (MA Oxon), Barrister (Littleton Chambers)
Claire Taylor-Evans, Senior Associate Solicitor (Boyes Turner LLP)
Andrew Whiteaker, Partner (Boyes Turner)
Kieran Wilson, Barrister (Littleton Chambers)

Dealing with all aspects of this difficult subject Termination of Employment provides the reader with a framework for maintaining best practice when dealing with employment termination issues. It provides, in one convenient volume, all the information you will need to deal successfully with issues and situations relating to the termination of a contract or the removal of an employee. The ideal companion for any employment law adviser or human resource professional.

Contents include: dismissal with or without notice; termination by the employee; grounds for dismissal; procedures on dismissal; remedies; negotiating severance packages; dealing with exit and settlement agreements; atypical workers; directors; dismissal rights and the TUPE regulation; termination and protection of business interests; applying to a Tribunal – ET1; making a claim to an employment tribunal; employment tribunal compensation limits; and qualifying periods and time limits for claims.

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