Equality, Diversity and Discrimination

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Edition: 1st
Publication Date: July 2005
Pages: 272
Format: Book

ISBN13: 9781843981121

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This text is designed specifically for the increasing number of students taking a module in Equality and Diversity.

The text contains a range of features to aid student learning, including:
- Learning objectives - at the beginning of each chapter summarising the content of the chapter
- Tasks - interactive tasks to encourage students to research around the subject
- Case studies - thought-provoking examples of practice
- Legal cases - examples of legal practice
- Key Points - at the end of each chapter, a summary of key issues raised in the chapter
- Examples to work through - at the end of each chapter, mini case examples with questions to check students' understanding.

Introduction to Diversity, Discrimination and Equality
Diversity and the Organisation
The Scope and Structure of Discrimination Legislation in Britain
Grounds for Discrimination (1)
Grounds for Discrimination (2)
Recruitment, Discrimination and Diversity
Selection, Discrimination and Diversity
Issues Relating to Pay and Contracts
Equality and Diversity within Employee Development
Discrimination at Termination of Employment
Harassment as Discrimination
Preventing Discrimination and Promoting Equality and Diversity
Kathy Daniels
Kathy teaches at Aston Business School and is a tutor for ICS Ltd in Employment Law and related topics. She is also a tutor on the Advanced Certificate in Employment Law for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. She is a Fellow of the CIPD.
She is a lay member of the Employment Tribunals, sitting in Birmingham. Prior to these appointments she was a Senior Personnel Manager in the manufacturing sector.

Lynda Macdonald
Lynda is a self-employed, freelance employment law trainer, advisor and writer. For 15 years, prior to setting up her own business, she gained substantial practical experience of employee relations, recruitment and selection, dismissal procedures, employment law and other aspects of Human Resource Management through working in industry. With this solid background in Human Resource Management, she successfully established, and currently runs, her own business in Employment Law and management training/consultancy. She is also appointed as a panel member of the Employment Tribunal service in Aberdeen, where she lives.

'An excellent text for third year undergrads and Masters level. I will be recommending it on my modules.'
Jane Aspinall MCIPD, MA, LLB Hons
Solicitor and Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management
Liverpool John Moores University, Faculty of Business and Law
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