AMICUS

This publisher is now known as UNITE.

35 King Street
Covent Garden
London
WC2E 8JG
UK
Website: www.amicustheunion.org
Tel: 0800 5871222

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Occupational asthma - a guide for employers, workers and their representatives 2005 Red
Risk assessment - an Amicus guide for members 2005 Red
Stress: a practical guide to legal remedies from Amicus 2005 Red
Stress - an Amicus guide for members 2005 Red
Transfer of undertakings (protection of employment) regulations 2006. Amicus guide for members 2006 Red
FAS New duty to identify asbestos in your workplace. Simple but effective - the new asbestos regulations 2004 Red
GUI Amicus guide to bonus schemes 2006 Red
GUI Annualised hours - an Amicus guide for members 2005 Red
GUI Bargaining pay systems - Amicus guide 2005 Red
GUI Contracts of employment - an Amicus guide for members 2005 Red
GUI Information and consultation at work - an Amicus guide for members 2004 Red
GUI Redundancy - an Amicus guide for members 2006 Red
GUI Shiftworking patterns and premia - an Amicus guide 2005 Red
GUI Standby and call out pay - an Amicus guide for members 2005 Red
ISH Asthma 2004 Red

 

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