This comprehensive text provides authoritative coverage of a wide-range of employment and labour law issues affecting the Commonwealth Caribbean. It offers comparative analysis of employment and labour law in the region with particular reference to Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, St. Lucia, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. Against the backdrop of the umbilical link to English common law and the persuasive precedent of other Commonwealth jurisdictions, the authors highlight the increasing importance of this evolving area of law and the role it plays in developing Commonwealth Caribbean jurisprudence. Key topics they explore include:
• Employment Status and Terms of the Employment Contract
• Redundancy, Retrenchment and Severance
• Wrongful and Unfair Dismissal
• Industrial Action
• Emerging issues such as internet usage, workplace monitoring, whistleblowing, data protection, sexual harassment
Commonwealth Caribbean Employment and Labour Law will be an essential resource for students reading Employment, Industrial Relations and Dismissal Law courses and an invaluable reference guide for human resource, industrial relations and legal practitioners in the Caribbean.
Preface, Acknowledgments, Table of Cases, Table of Statutes, Table of Figures, Table of Abbreviations, Chapter 1: Introduction and Background to Commonwealth Caribbean Employment and Labour Law, Chapter 2: Sources and Institutions of Employment and Labour Law, Chapter 3: Contracts of Employment, Chapter 4: Terms of the Employment Contract and Conditions of Employment, Chapter 5: Dismissal at Common Law and Discharge of the Employment Contract, Chapter 6: Statutory Dismissal and Remedies, Chapter 7: Labour Law, Chapter 8: Industrial Action, Chapter 9: Emerging Employment and Labour law issues in Commonwealth Caribbean, Chapter 10: Digest of Commonwealth Caribbean Cases, Chapter 11: Extracts of Caribbean Commonwealth Labour Legislation, Bibliography
The Commonwealth Caribbean Law Series is the only series of law books that covers the jurisdiction of the English speaking Caribbean nations. The titles in the series were first published in 1995 to acclaim from academics, practitioners and the judiciary in the region. Several editions followed, and they have now become essential reading for those learning and practising Caribbean law.
This must have series is required holdings for any law library specialising in Caribbean legal information.