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By Stewart, J.; Murray, D.
Employment Law Made Easy is an indispensable resource for organisations and the individuals within them, alerting them to employment law issues that can arise at any time. It is a practical guide in plain English that covers everything from entering into employment contracts to t...erminating them, and the steps in between. Whether it is the law relating to holiday entitlements, health and safety, dismissal for cause, or obligations regarding references, this book covers it all. And much more. It also covers what can happen if you get it wrong. By improving understanding, Employment Law Made Easy assists both employers and employees to comply with their legal obligations. Features * Plain English guide * 6-month subscription to the employment law section of MyLawGuide's online News Service * Summarises key legislation * Practical Resources chapter * Includes practical guidelines for dismissing for cause or redundancy * FAQs Related Titles Health and Safety Law Made Easy Contract Law Made Easy And 7 more titles in MyLawGuide's Law Made Easy seriesRead more
By Bryant, C.; Murray, D.
A good understanding of contract law is essential for every business and organisation wanting to deal effectively and safely with others. When it comes to contracts there are many potential pitfalls. Is the contract you are considering entering into enforceable? How do you resolv...e misunderstandings? Are there any hidden traps? If you want the answers to these questions, and many others, this book is an indispensable resource. Contract Law Made Easy sets out the practical essentials of contract law in New Zealand to help you avoid potential legal issues. Both the common law as well as key contract legislation is summarised. By improving understanding, Contract Law Made Easy assists businesses to comply with their legal obligations. Related Titles Consumer Law Made Easy Employment Law Made Easy And 8 more titles in MyLawGuide's Law Made Easy seriesRead more
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By Murray, D.
.. . creates a new definition of American Indian literary texts as a self-representational genre. This is an intelligent and insightful application of post-modern critical methods to American Indian texts. The scope of the study is broad and ambitious, and the attempt to define I...ndian self-representations from colonial times to the present is innovative and instructive. -- Raymond J. DeMallie.. . very suggestive, provocative, engaging... -- Studies in American Indian Literatures.. . Murray's book establishes itself as the single best introduction to Native American text-making in particular and the betrayals of the translation in general. An essential acquisition for all college and university libraries, and highly recommended for larger public libraries. -- Choice It is a pleasure to recommend with wholehearted enthusiasm David Murray's Forked Tongues. -- Western American LiteratureRead more
By Cubit, Simon; Murray, D.; Illustrated by Murray, Des
Local history illustrated with sketches and paintings describing the cultural landscape of the highlands and the central plateau of Tasmania.
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