Constitutive Regulation of the Firm: occupational health and safety, dismissal, discrimination and sexual harassment
Johnstone, Richard & Jones, Nicky (2006) Constitutive Regulation of the Firm: occupational health and safety, dismissal, discrimination and sexual harassment. In Arup, Christopher (Ed.) Labour Law and Labour Market Regulation : Essays on the Construction, Constitution and Regulation of Labour Markets and Work Relationships. The Federation Press, Sydney, pp. 483-500.
As many other chapters in this book have noted, until recently labour lawyers have tended not to draaw on regulatory scholarship. In this chapter we look at certain areas of labour law through a particular kind of regulatory lens - regulation that requires firms to reconstitute their management processes and procedures, perhaps even their organisational cultures. In particular, we examine the kinds of regulatory demands made on firms by legal rules in four areas of labour law: (i) occupational health and safety (OHS)regulation; unfair dismissal law; equal opportunity (EO) and (iv) sexual harassment law.
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