Previous Article Next Article Employment Law Handbook, 2nd edition By Daniel Barnett and Henry Scrope The Law Society, 2004 ISBN 1-85328-970-1 Reviewed by Julian Burch Buy this book at Amazon It gives you the background and a general understanding of each aspect ofemployment law in an interesting and engaging way. It’s true, the provisos and limitations associated with such a subject are abit irritating at times, but what can you expect? You’d get the same if youspoke directly to a lawyer, but they’d be far less likely to explain each pointas clearly and practically. The writing style allows you to dip in as you need, yet also encourages youto read a little further around your original topic. There is also a useful listing of websites that provide further, andpresumably more up-to-date, sources of information. These are a little detailedin part, and perhaps it may have been an idea to offer all of these as linksfrom one site. At around £45, it represents good value for money. No resource today couldpossibly keep up with such a rapidly changing subject without a considerablygreater outlay. Overall, it gets a clear thumbs up from me, and will certainly have a placeon my bookshelf.Buy this book at AmazonJulian Burch works mainly in the automotive sector of Maritz Learning,designing and resourcing employee development solutions. A handbook on employment law? How will that work? Surely employment law isthe fastest changing subject around at the moment, and not one on which you canrisk using an instantly out-of-date resource, such as a book? That is, unlessit’s very well written, as this one is. Employment Law Handbook, 2nd editionOn 29 Jun 2004 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed.