The implied terms of the personal employment contract

Additional reading on the implied terms of the personal contract of employment

  1. Elias, ‘The Structure of the Employment Contract’ (1982) 35 Current Legal Problems95.
  2. Brodie, ‘The Heart of the Matter: Mutual Trust and Confidence’ (1996) 25 Industrial Law Journal121.
  3. Brodie, ‘Beyond Exchange: The New Contract of Employment’ (1998) 27 Industrial Law Journal79.
  4. Brodie, ‘Legal Coherence and the Employment Revolution’ (2001) 117 Law Quarterly Review604.
  5. Brodie, ‘Mutual Trust and the Values of the Employment Contract’ (2001) 30 Industrial Law Journal84.
  6. Freedland, The Personal Employment Contract (Oxford, OUP, 2003) 113–195.
  7. Brodie, The Employment Contract: Legal Principles, Drafting, and Interpretation (Oxford, OUP, 2005) 49–118.
  8. Barmes, ‘Common Law Implied Terms and Behavioural Standards at Work’ (2007) 36 Industrial Law Journal35.
  9. Brodie, The Contract of Employment (Edinburgh, Thomson/W Green, Scottish Universities Law Institute, 2008) 57–131.
  10. Bogg, ‘Good Faith in the Contract of Employment: A Case of the English Reserve?’ (2011) 32 Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal729.
  11. Freedland and N. Kountouris The Legal Construction of Personal Work Relations (Oxford, OUP, 2011) 177–221.
  12. Mummé, ‘Property in Labor and the Limits of Contract’ in U. Mattei and J. Haskell (eds.), The Research Handbook on Political Economy and Law (Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2015) 400.
  13. Collins, ‘Implied Terms in the Contract of Employment’ in M. Freedland et al. (eds.), The Contract of Employment (Oxford, OUP, 2016) 489–90.
  14. Freedland, ‘The Legal Structure of the Contract of Employment’ in M. Freedland et al. (eds), The Contract of Employment (Oxford, OUP, 2016) 28.
  15. Freedland, ‘The Exchange Principle and the Wage-Work Bargain’ in M. Freedland et al. (eds), The Contract of Employment (Oxford, OUP, 2016) 52.
  16. Sanders, ‘Fairness in the Contract of Employment’ (2017) 46 Industrial Law Journal 508.

Additional reading on the duties of employers

  1. F. Burrows, ‘Contractual Co-operation and the Implied Term’ (1968) 31 Modern Law Review390.
  2. Freedland, ‘The Obligation to Work and to Pay for Work’ (1977) Current Legal Problems175.
  3. Napier, ‘Judicial Attitudes towards the Employment Relationship-Some Recent Developments’ (1977) 6 Industrial Law Journal1.
  4. Lord Steyn, ‘Contract Law: Fulfilling the Reasonable Expectations of Honest Men’ (1997) 113 Law Quarterly Review433.
  5. Brodie, ‘The Right to Work’ 1998 Juridical Review311.
  6. Brodie, ‘Health and Safety, Trust and Confidence and Barber v Somerset County Council: Some Further Questions’ (2004) 33 Industrial Law Journal261.
  7. Wynn-Evans, ‘Of Portmanteaux and Bridgeheads’ (2004) 33 Industrial Law Journal355.
  8. Cabrelli, ‘Discretion, Power and the Rationalisation of Implied Terms’ (2007) 36 Industrial Law Journal194.
  9. Brodie, ‘How Relational is the Employment Contract?’ (2011) 40 Industrial Law Journal232.
  10. Van Bever, ‘An Employer’s Duty to Provide Information and Advice on Economic Risks?’ (2013) 42 Industrial Law Journal1.
  11. Brodie, ‘Common Law Remedies and Relational Contracting: McNeil v Aberdeen CC (No.2) [2013] CSIH 102 (2014) 43 Industrial Law Journal 170.
  12. Brodie, ‘Fair Dealing and the World of Work (2014) 43 Industrial Law Journal 29.
  13. Gordon Anderson and Pam Nuttall ‘The Good-Faith Obligation: An Effective Model for Promoting Voice?’ in A Bogg and T Novitz (eds), Voices at Work (Oxford, OUP, 2014) 194.
  14. Brodie, ‘Voice and the Employment Contract’ in A. Bogg and T. Novitz (eds) Voices at Work (Oxford, OUP, 2014)) 337.
  15. Mark Freedland and Nicola Kountouris ‘Common Law and Voice’ in A. Bogg and T. Novitz (eds), Voices at Work (Oxford, OUP, 2014) 352.
  16. Reynold QC, ‘Bad Behaviour and the Implied Term of Mutual Trust and Confidence: Is There a Problem? (2015) 44 Industrial Law Journal 262.
  17. Bogg, ‘Only Fools and Horses: Some Sceptical Reflections on the Right to Work’ in V. Mantouvalou (ed.), The Right to Work—Legal and Philosophical Perspectives (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015) 173.
  18. Collins, ‘Progress towards the Right to Work in the United Kingdom’ in V. Mantouvalou (ed.), The Right to Work—Legal and Philosophical Perspectives (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015) 236.
  19. Bogg, ‘Only Fools and Horses: Some Sceptical Reflections on the Right to Work’ in V. Mantouvalou (ed.), The Right to Work: Legal and Philosophical Perspectives (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015) 149.
  20. Collins, ‘Progress towards the Right to Work in the United Kingdom’ in V. Mantouvalou (ed.), The Right to Work: Legal and Philosophical Perspectives (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015) 227.
  21. Cabrelli, ‘Liability and Remedies for a Breach of the Contract of Employment at Common Law: Some Recent Developments’ (2016) 45 Industrial Law Journal 207.
  22. Patten, ‘Law, Workplace Bullying and Moral Urgency’ (2018) 47 Industrial Law Journal 169.
  23. Brodie, “Employers’ Liability and Allocation of Risk” (2018) 47 Industrial Law Journal 431.
  24. Elias, ‘Changes and Challenges to the Contract of Employment’ (2018) 48 Oxford Journal ofLegal Studies 869.

Additional reading on the duties of employees

  1. Napier, ‘Working to Rule – A Breach of the Contract of Employment?’ (1972) 1 Industrial Law Journal125.
  2. Freedland, ‘High Trust, Pensions, and the Contract of Employment’ (1984) 13 Industrial Law Journal25.
  3. Clarke, ‘Mutual Trust and Confidence, Fiduciary Relationships and Duty of Disclosure’ (1999) 30 Industrial Law Journal348.
  4. Simms, ‘Is Employment a Fiduciary Relationship’ (2001) 30 Industrial Law Journal101.
  5. Cabrelli, ‘Post-Termination Covenants in the Spotlight Again’ (2004) 33 Industrial Law Journal167.
  6. Berg, ‘Fiduciary Duties: A Director’s Duty to Disclose his Own Misconduct’ (2005) 121 Law Quarterly Review213.
  7. Ho and P Lee, ‘A Director’s Duty to Confess: A Matter of Good Faith?’ (2007) 66 Cambridge Law Journal348.
  8. Flannigan, ‘The Fiduciary Duty of Fidelity’ (2008) 124 Law Quarterly Review274.H. Collins, ‘Constructive Dismissal and The West Lothian Question: Aberdeen City Council v McNeill’ (2011) 40 Industrial Law Journal 439.
  9. Flannigan, ‘The Fiduciary Duty of Departing Employees’ (2008) 14 Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal 357.
  10. Brodie, ‘The Employment Relationship and Fiduciary Obligations’ (2013) 16 Edinburgh Law Review198.
  11. Freedland, ‘Kahn-Freund, the Contract of Employment and the Autonomy of Labour Law’ in A. Bogg, C. Costello, A.C.L. Davies and J. Prassl, The Autonomy of Labour Law (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015) 39.
  12. Fraser, ‘The Employee’s Contractual Duty of Fidelity’ (2015) 131 Law Quarterly Review 53.
  13. Murray, ‘Conceptualising the Employer as Fiduciary: Mission Impossible?’ in A. Bogg, C. Costello, A.C.L. Davies, and J. Prassl (eds.), The Autonomy of Labour Law (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015) 337.
  14. Flannigan, “Employee: Fiduciary” (2016) 19 Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal 509.
  15. Atkinson, ‘Implied Terms and Human Rights in the Contract of Employment’ (2019) 48 IndustrialLaw Journal 515.