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Rethinking Job Security : A Comparative Analysis of Unfair Dismissal Law in the UK, Australia and the USA, Hardback Book

Rethinking Job Security : A Comparative Analysis of Unfair Dismissal Law in the UK, Australia and the USA Hardback

Part of the Studies in Modern Law and Policy series

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This book critically examines the proper role of the law in protecting job security in the contemporary workplace.

It provides a historical, theoretical, practical and comparative perspective on this under-researched, but fundamentally important, legal mechanism at a time when the pressure to deregulate and dilute worker-protective laws has taken on increased importance.

The volume critically analyses both statute and case law from three advanced industrialised liberal democracies with a common law foundation, the UK, Australia and the USA, to understand the extent to which job security is realised.

By applying a common approach and a conceptual framework that emphasises the complex relationships between law, the economy and society to analyse a series of national studies, the book is also designed to draw upon the insights of comparative analysis to deepen our understanding of the limits and possibilities of legal regulation of job security.

The national case studies are supplemented by research that focuses on how supra-national organisations have sought both to develop and disseminate new legal norms around the practices and processes of dismissal.

This study critically analyses and assesses the adequacy of the international regulatory framework for protecting the rights of employees in the dismissal process.

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