With contributions from top legal scholars, this edited collection provides an international overview of the most up-to-date issues and new trends in law regarding employment discrimination in different countries. Confronting the US, the UK, and Japan on the one hand, with the EU jurisdictions, namely Italy, France, Spain, Greece, Hungary, Slovak Republic and the Czech Republic on the other hand, this book pays special attention to the most significant changes to law in these countries and ongoing challenges they face. The monograph is complementary to a former one entitled "Discrimination and
Employment Law: International Legal Perspectives", Joseph Carby-Hall, Zbigniew Góral and Aneta Tyc (eds.), Routledge 2023, and at the same time works as a separate volume. Adopting a problem-solving approach, this monograph offers an in-depth analysis of both anti-discrimination statutory law and of a growing and still developing corpus of case law. This book will appeal to students, academics and practitioners working in the field of labour and employment law, anti-discrimination law and human rights law, as well as to employers, employees, trade unions, the ETUC, the ILO, and policy-makers from all over the world.
Jo Carby-Hall is Professor of Law and Director of International Legal Research at the University of Hull, UK.
Aneta Tyc is Professor of the University of Lodz, Dr. habil. of Law, employed at the Faculty of Law and Administration, Department of European, International and Collective Labour Law, Poland.
Zbigniew Góral is Professor of Law; he retired in 2021 from the University of Lodz, Poland.