Employees Compensation Under Nigerian Labour Law

  • Date Published 20/08/2021
Employees Compensation Under Nigerian Labour Law
Employees Compensation Under Nigerian Labour Law

Compensation for workplace injuries is presently a sacrosanct and fundamental part of international labour law jurisprudence and is indispensable for effective industrial relations. Such compensation for injured workmen is independent of any alternative claim(s) the workman may have against the employer or a third party where the injury was as a result of the employer’s default in complying with statutory or common law obligations or the negligent or deliberate unlawful conduct of a third party.

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Book Chapters

  • Chapter 1Introduction
  • Chapter 2Legal Framework For Employees’ Compensation In Nigeria
  • Chapter 3Critical Review Of The Employee Compensation Act (eca) 2010
  • Chapter 4Compensations For Injuries Under The Act
  • Chapter 5Scale Of Compensation Payable For Injuries
  • Chapter 6Employers’ Assessment And Contributions
  • Chapter 7Administration Of Employees’ Compensation In Nigeria
  • Chapter 8Dispute Resolution, Appeals And Statutory Protection Of Compensation Rights
  • Chapter 9International Standards For Employee Compensation And Lessons From Foreign Jurisdictions
  • Chapter 10Challenges To Effective Employees’ Compensation Scheme In Nigeria
  • Chapter 11Summary And Conclusions
  • Appendix Appendix
  • BibliographyBibliography

Employees Compensation Under Nigerian Labour Law

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