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Table of Contents. Volumes 11 - 28 (2001-2019)

(Volume No., Issue No., Month & Year - Feature Articles shown in bold
- other articles listed below)


Volumes: 28  27  26  25  24  23  22  21  20  19  18  17  16  15  14  13  12  11 

Vol 26.12 July 2017: 

Discrimination and automatically unfair dismissals

Code of Good Practice: Collective Bargaining, Industrial Action and Picketing (Part 2)

Vol 26.11 June 2017: 

Intra-union disputes and the rights of employers

The Code of Good Practice: Collective Bargaining, Industrial Action and Picketing

Vol 26.10 May 2017: 

Night work and the provision of transport

Damages for losses caused by unprotected strike action
Discrimination on an arbitrary ground

Vol 26.9 April 2017: 

The majoritarian principle and the rights of minority unions

The Constitutional Court examines the 'workplace'

Vol 26.8 March 2017: 

Sexual harassment, compensation and discipline

The automatic termination of employment

Vol 26.7 February 2017: 

The expiry of fixed-term contracts and unfair dismissal

The duty of a job applicant to disclose information
Assessing the fairness of promotion decisions
The dismissal of shop stewards

Vol 26.6 January 2017: 

Retirement, unfair dismissal and age discrimination

Practice Note: Labour Court Rules & Guidelines

Vol 26.5 December 2016: 

Insolence and insubordination

Employment contracts and medical examinations
Failure to disclose criminal offences to an employer

Vol 26.4 November 2016: 

Strike misconduct and dismissals

The Constitutuional Court and racist epithets

Vol 26.3 October 2016: 

Protests, marches and disciplinary action

When can an employer be sued for instituting disciplinary action?

Vol 26.2 September 2016: 

Protection for dismissed strikers : The Consitutional Court examines the limits



Vol 26.1 August 2016: 

Strikes and the Courts: Protection, damages and alternative remedies

Vicarious liability and sexual harassment: The risks of employer inaction