Readership: Academics in the areas of human resource management, personnel, law, and industrial relations.
Practitioner: HR managers, training professionals, consultants, regulators, and policy makers.
Alain Supiot, Professor in the Faculty of Law and Poltical Science, University of Nantes
"Supiot's basic theme - that European labour law must wake up to the transformation in work patterns wrought by rapid economic, social and technological change - leads him to a set of intriguing conclusions ... a useful contribution to the debate on how society should go about regulating work in the early 21st Century." - Financial Adviser
"Suited to students interested in labour law and employment in Europe." - European Access Plus
"A valuable comparative study of labour law in the main European countries." - management_abstract
1: Work and Private Power
2: Work and Membership of the Labour Force
3: Work and Time
4: Work and Collective Organization
5: Work and Public Authorities: The work of the state
6: Changes in Work, Women's Work, and the Future of Labour Law: The gender dimension
7: Labour and Law and Economic Performance