ISBN 9789991687018
Pages 330
Dimensions 244 x 170 mm
Published 2012
Publisher University of Namibia Press, Namibia
Format Paperback

Labour Law in Namibia

by Collins Parker

Labour Law in Namibia is the first comprehensive and scholarly text to analyse labour law in the country, the Labour Act of 2007, and how it affects the common law principles of employment relations. Concise and extensively researched, it examines the Labour Act in detail in 16 chapters that include the employment relationship; duties of employers and employees; unfair dismissal and other disciplinary actions; the settlement of industrial disputes; and collective bargaining.

Over 500 relevant cases are cited, including court rulings in other countries, and comparative references to the labour laws of other Commonwealth countries, notably South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and the United Kingdom, making it a reference and comparative source book for common law countries in the SADC region and beyond.

Written by an authority in the field of labour law, this is a unique reference guide for key players in labour relations, including teachers and students of law, legal researchers and practitioners, human resource and industrial relations practitioners, employers and employerís organisations, employees and trade unions, public servants and public policy advisors, and the academic community internationally.

In clear and uncomplicated English, the book is accessible to professional and lay people. A comprehensive list of contents, tables of cases and statues, bibliography and index, assist the reader.

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About the Author

Collins Parker

Collins Parker BA (Hons) LLB (Hons) LLM PhD MBIM FArb practised law as an advocate in Zambia. He is an admitted legal practitioner of the High Court of Namibia. He was Chief: Legal Services and International Cooperation and Coordinator of the SADC Legal Sector. He was one of the counsel for Namibia in the Case concerning Kasikili/Sedudu Island at the International Court of Justice. Before that he was a Judge of the Industrial Court of the Kingdom of Swaziland. He has been a Judge of the High Court of Namibia since November 2006.