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Labour and Employment Law in the United States
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 904110979X, Paperback)Labor and Employment Law in The United States is a unique and important treatise that in a single, concise text covers all aspects of the law of work both in organized and unorganized workplaces. It surveys the full range of legal principles and statutory and administrative structures and procedures that govern employment relations. Additionally, it provides essential background information that places the law in context with the economic, political and social forces which shape its development. Labor and Employment Law in the United States is a complete revision of Professor Goldman's earlier treatise Labor Law and Industrial Relations in The U.S.A.. The title change reflects the impact of developments in the law of the workplace during the past decade and a half, with the resulting expansion of the treatise's coverage of the law and individual employment contracts, as well as examination of new federal legislation such as the American with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Plant Closing Act (WARN). Labor and Employment Law in the United States will serve equally well as a desk reference for lawyers and labor relations specialists and as a text for courses in industrial relations, human resources and training programs. This treatise was originally published as part of the International Encyclopaedia for Labour Law and Industrial Relations.
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