Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the release of Navigating the Fair Work Laws.
This detailed analysis of the Fair Work system is a comprehensive guide for all those involved in workplace relations.
For five years, workplace relations change has been constant. You had to negotiate your way through Work Choices and then change direction with Forward with Fairness. At last, with the Federal Election behind us, you can approach Fair Work with confidence that it is here to stay for some time.
And that means you need to know more than the name of the legislation. You need to work in the system.
Navigating the Fair Work Laws, from the dedicated team of Forsyth, Gostencnik, Parker & Roach, helps you do just that.
The book’s features
In addition to chapters on the subject matter covered by Fair Work Act, the authors cover topics you need to be familiar with as part of the everyday operation of the system, such as GEERS and executive remuneration and Fair Work in the building & construction industry.
Navigating the Fair Work Laws combines practical text with supporting references to legislation and case law, with the whole clearly structured and thoroughly indexed.
It’s just what you need to help you work in the system. Order Now.
Contents include: The national workplace relations system; Institutions, dispute resolution and compliance processes; National employment standards; 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; Regulation of the building and construction industry.
Law stated as at: 1 September 2010
Related Titles – if this new release meets your practice needs, why not take a look at some of Thomson Reuters’ other workplace relation titles:
Forsyth, Creighton, Gostencnik & Sharard (2008), Transition to Forward with Fairness;
and the newest employment law/ IR quarterly on the block, Workplace Review?
For the latest Thomson Reuters has to offer in workplace relations and more, visit our Fair Work Collection, check out what’s happening at www.thomsonreuters.com.au/workplace and follow “WorkplaceAUS” on Twitter.