Employment in Schools - A Legal Guide

February 28, 2008

A handbook addressing legal and practical issues arising from employment of school staff, revised in light of the Education Act 2002, the Employment Rights Act 2002 and changes to discrimination law.

Who is it for? Headteachers, governors, local authority lawyers and solicitors working in education law.

Presentation: Clearly and well written, and accessible to non-lawyers.

Would you recommend it? Yes.

Employment in Schools - A Legal Guide

Author: Oliver Hyams
Edition: Second
Publisher: Jordans
Pages: 1
Price: £39.00
ISBN 9781846610165

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