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With this presentation, I'm hoping to explain the meaning of employment law and give you the case of Tim Nicholson to visualise it.

With this presentation, I'm hoping to explain the meaning of employment law and give you the case of Tim Nicholson to visualise it.

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  • 1. Employment law
    English for law practice
  • 2. Contract of employment
    The basic feature of employment law
    The terms and conditions of the contract
  • 3. Minimum wage
    Free market
    Different in each country
    Industrialize countries
    Developing countries
  • 4. Working time
    Before the Industrial Revolution
    The growth of industrialism and the introduction of machinery
    Use of child labor
  • 5. Anti-discrimination
    Discrimination against employees
    Morally unacceptable
    Illegal
  • 6. Blog: employment law
    Senior executive Tim Nicholson
    Property investment company
    The former head of sustainability
    Dismissed
    Reason?
    His own beliefs
  • 7. Example of his own beliefs
    An eco-renovated home
    Doesn’t travel by plane
    Composts his food waste
  • 8. My opinion
    Be able to express such beliefs
    Clarify this new law
    Outrageous to dismiss people
  • 9. Thank you for your attention
    Jolien Verlinden