I N V I T A T I O N: ONLINE BOOK LAUNCH

Professor Letlhokwa George Mpedi and Dr Theophilus Edwin Coleman in
partnership with the University of Johannesburg Library cordially invite you
to a book launch of Labour Law in Ghana (LexisNexis).
Labour Law in Ghana
DATE: 3 May 2022

TIME: 15h00 – 16h00 (SAST)

LOCATION: Zoom
Use this URL link to join: https://zoom.us/j/94433116119
About the authors:
Letlhokwa George Mpedi is Professor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Academic at the
University of Johannesburg. He has published widely in the fields of social security and
labour law in South Africa, Southern Africa and Anglophone Africa.
Theophilus Edwin Coleman is currently engaged as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at
the University of Johannesburg on a Global Excellence and Stature (GES) 4.0 Scholarship.
He publishes on labour law, social security, international commercial law and private
international law.
About the book:
Labour Law in Ghana analyses the current statutory and regulatory framework of labour and
employment relations in Ghana. It critically examines the primary thematic areas of labour
law such as individual labour law; collective labour law; the basic conditions of employment;
employment protection; unfair and fair termination of employment agreements as provided
for under the Labour Act No. 651 of 2003 and common law; the monitoring, adjudication
and enforcement of labour rights in Ghana; forced labour; occupational health and safety;
and compensation for diseases and injuries sustained by workers
in the course of their employment. The legislative and statutory
framework and pronouncements by courts are assessed through the
lens of international standards relating to the workplace. This book
also highlights some contemporary issues that require attention
from political actors or policymakers.

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