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Employment Policy in the European Union

Origins, Themes and Prospects

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15 June 2009

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Providing a UK perspective on the EU's social dimension, this new text opens with a historical overview of EU social and employment policy, which is followed by chapters that focus on specific topics covered by the 'social...

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Providing a UK perspective on the EU's social dimension, this new text opens with a historical overview of EU social and employment policy, which is followed by chapters that focus on specific topics covered by the 'social dimension' of the European Union. These give the reader a detailed understanding of the nature of EU involvement in each area.

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The only book to deal with the mechanics of social policy 
Equal appeal for academics and students 
A strong team of international contributors

Introduction.- Overview of EU employment policy; Michael Gold.- Employment promotion; Bernard Casey.- Flexicurity: solution or illusion?; Anne Gray.- Equal opportunities; Helen Badger.- Employment protection; Edward Benson.- Occupational health and safety; Phil James.- Employee participation; Peter Cressey.- Social dialogue; Mark Carley.- Vocational education and training; Jason Hayes, Helen Rainbird.- Social security; Philippa Watson.- Appendices.- List of directives and other legal instruments cited in the text.- List of cases cited in the text.- Selected Articles from the Treaties establishing the European Union.- Community Charter for the Fundamental Social Rights of Workers.- Bibliography and references.- Index.
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MICHAEL GOLD is a Senior Lecturer in European Business & Employee Relations and Director of Graduate Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.

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MICHAEL GOLD is a Senior Lecturer in European Business & Employee Relations and Director of Graduate Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.

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