Resumen del Libro
Extremely heightened competitiveness, a result of the globalisation of markets and new technologies, threatens the stability of employment in most industrialised countries. Labour Law at the Crossroads: Changing Employment Relationships compiles studies of change in labour law in a diverse range of countries in honour of renowned labour law scholar Benjamin Aaron. This publication brings together the commentary and analysis of a diverse group of distinguished authors on a range of theoretical and practical issues. Scholars from around the globe discuss how labour law, historically a legislative response to certain models of employment and industrial relations, is changing as a result of the new competitive environment. Labour Law at the Crossroads: Changing Employment Relationships addresses broad issues such as principles of and developments within labour law and the internationalisation of labour. It also analyses specific points, including employment relationships, dispute settlement, strikes, labour and employment agencies, and social security and trade union representation. This publication provides a comparative analysis of issues by drawing upon information from a wide variety of countries, including the United States, Canada, Israel, Argentina, Korea, and other countries throughout the European continent. This compilation of scholarly essays shares the depth and diversity which have characterized Benjamin Aarons dedicated career in the field of labour law and industrial relations.