A comparative guide
The book reviews the evolution of labour law within the EU, analyses the distinct regional approaches to employment and welfare, and looks at the pressures for change within a further enlarged EU. The authors then provide a basic outline of employment law in each of the 28 member states, and in Turkey, Montenegro and Bosnia Herzegovina (all of whom are preparing for membership). It is intended for HR persons, lawyers looking for basic knowledge, policymakers & lawmakers elsewhere in EU, and EU bodies.
This handbook is a concise guide for all those who aim at obtaining a basic knowledge of European tax law. For students, it should also be useful for experienced international tax specialists with little knowledge of European law, European law specialists who need to understand the foundations of European tax law.