Whether you are a lawyer, an IR practitioner or in HR, a practitioner or an academic, Thomson Reuters has what you need when it comes to the Fair Work system.
For legislation, there’s Fair Work Legislation 2010 (law as at 1 July) which is enriched with features to make it easier for you to use, including drawing out relationships between pieces of legislation, such as modifying provisions – these are not included in any other consolidation currently available.
And for when you need reference to a previous version of the law, Fair Work Legislation 2009 shows you a point-in-time view as at 24 July 2009, foreshadowing provisions that commenced on 1 Jan this year.
These portable volumes can sit by your shelf at arms’ length, slip into your briefcase, come out in court or the Commissions or at meetings, and, over the course of editions published since 2006, form their own library.
Our legislation volumes are extracted from our subscription service, National Workplace Relations. Unique because it takes a national, rather than Commonwealth approach, this service provides annotations to the legislation as well as the related statutory material you need from state and Cth jurisdictions. For ongoing currency and greater width and depth of coverage, in looseleaf (4 vols) or online, this is the reference work you want.
For targeted narrative commentary to sit beside your legislation volume, rich with references to relevant case law, clearly structured and thoroughly indexed, the forthcoming title, Navigating the Fair Work Laws by Forsyth, Gostencnik, Parker and Roach is the book you can’t be without. Publishing next month, it goes beyond the Fair Work Act to the address the system as a whole, covering: dispute resolution and compliance processes; NES; Modern awards; Processes for making and approval of enterprise agreements; Collective / good faith bargaining; Industrial action; General protections; Union right of entry and demarcation disputes; Unfair dismissal and unlawful termination; Workplace restructuring and redundancies, GEERS and executive remuneration and regulation of the building and construction industry. Order your copy now!
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