Collective redundancies

Additional reading on the contextual and historical introduction to collective redundancies

  1. M. R. Freedland, ‘Employment Protection: Redundancy Procedures and the EEC’ (1976) 5 Industrial Law Journal 24.
  2. M. Hall and P. Edwards, ‘Reforming the Statutory Redundancy Consultation Procedure’ (1999) 28 Industrial Law Journal 299.
  3. F. Dorssemont, ‘Case C-55/02, Commission of the European Communities v. Portugese Republic, judgment of the Second Chamber of the Court of Justice of 12 October 2004.
  4. Case C-188/03, Imtraud Junk v. Wolfgang Kühnel, judgment of the Second Chamber of the Court of Justice of 27 January 2005’ (2006) 43 Common Market Law Review 225.
  5. J. Hensius, ‘The European Directive on Collective Dismissals and its Implementation Deficits in Six ECJ Judgments as a Potential Incentive for Amending the Directive’ (2009) 25 International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 261.
  6. M. Hall and J. Purcell, Consultation at Work (Oxford, OUP, 2012) 43-51.
  7. J. Prassl, The Concept of the Employer (Oxford, OUP, 2015) 96–105 and 225.
  8. A. P. van der Mei, “Collective Redundancies: Judicial fine-tuning of a classic concept of EU labour law” (2017) 42 European Law Review 82.

Additional reading on the information and consultation obligations, the protective award, and the notification requirement

  1. R. Blanpain, Labour Law and Industrial Relations of the European Community (Kluwer, Deventer, 1991) 153.
  2. C. Bourn, ‘Amending the Collective Dismissals Directive: A Case of Rearranging the Deckchairs’ (1993) 9 International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 227.
  3. W. Njoya, Property in Work: The Employment Relationship in the Anglo-American Firm (Aldershot, Ashgate Publishing Company, 2007) 171–174.
  4. C. Barnard, EU Employment Law, 4th edition (Oxford, OUP, 2012) 629–642.
  5. M. Butler, ‘A ‘Pick and Mix’ Approach to Collective Redundancy: USDAW’ (2018) 47 Industrial Law Journal 297.