Anne Trebilcock, ed., Comparative Labour Law (Edward Elgar, 2018), in the research collection and international library of comparative laws series.
Features the editor's introduction to a collection of 32 key articles in the field. 858 p. + i-xxxix.

by Anthony Forsyth

edited by Andrew Stewart, Jim Stanford and Tess Hardy.

Dear Colleagues, we are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for Spanish Labour Law and Employment Relations Journal (SLLERJ). SLLERJ provides comment and in-depth analysis on a wide range of topics relating to labour law, employment law, industrial relations and social security.

by Kazuhide Odaki

20% discount for LLRN members: use the code CV7 at the checkout.

Bamber, G.J., Lansbury, R.D., Wailes, N. & Wright, C.F. (eds), Allen & Unwin, Sydney

ILO publication - Freedom of Association - Compilation of decisions of the Committee on Freedom of Association Sixth edition (2018)

ETUI is currently looking for experts for a project that involves (very short) research assignment (mapping exercise) concerning national rules and provisions governing reimbursement of costs of accommodation, lodging, transport and similar for posted workers.

The U OxHRH J is an open-access and peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing the study of international and comparative human rights law.

Shae McCrystal, Breen Creighton and Anthony Forsyth (eds)

Is the system of collective bargaining under the Fair Work Act broken? Both employers and unions think that it is, and that the legislation requires significant amendment. Are they right?