This study aid provides an overview of individual employee rights, by focusing on the problem areas, such as physical safety, privacy and reputation, discrimination, individual rights protections in collective action statutes, termination of employment, pensions, restrictive covenants, trade secrets, and a short chapter on remedies.
This nutshell focuses on the laws surrounding discrimination in the workplace, such as the Civil Rights Act, ADEA, and the ADA. It identifies the basic models of proof, the terms and conditions of employment and defines the protected classes. Enforcement makes up the final section of this overview.
This nutshell reviews the early regulations set up to guide employee-employer relations and provides an overview for the structure and procedure of the modern-day National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Legal topics, such as picketing, employer responses, and the duty to bargain are included.
A study aid focused on common-law employment issues such as employment-at-will, employment contracts, employment torts, workplace privacy issues, and restrictive covenants. It also covers federal and state statutory workplace regulation, including topics like compensation, employee benefits, and workplace safety legislation.
This treatise is the most detailed work on labor law. The publication is devoted to the National Labor Relations Act, Employment Discrimination, Americans with Disabilities Act, Family and Medical Leave, Occupational Safety and Health, Arbitration, and general employment issues. Some sample checklists and forms are included.
Bloomberg Law offers this treatise online as well as in print under the same title. The work focuses on federal and state laws on disability discrimination, it contains case analysis and examines the interaction of the ADA with other statutes.
This is the electronic version of the two volume print treatise of the same title. It is comprehensive in coverage. It is organized chronologically through the employment relationship, from formation, through terms and conditions of employment, to termination.