Legal Protection for the Individual Employee, 4th edition
This book is intended for courses on the individual rights of workers in the employment relationship, independent of courses on the law governing collective bargaining or employment discrimination. It covers the full range of employment law subjects. It has been substantially updated from the last issue to facilitate teaching and to include such topics as the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), employee privacy issues in the new information technology, the proposed restatement of employment law, and recent enactments in unemployment compensation and health care. Where appropriate, the book presents interdisciplinary discussions of employment law problems from historical, sociological, and economic perspectives.
West Academic Publishing
St. Paul, MN
Labor Laws and Legislation, United States, Cases, Employee Rights
Labor and Employment Law | Law
Dau-Schmidt, Kenneth G.; Covington, Robert N.; and Finkin, Matthew W., "Legal Protection for the Individual Employee, 4th edition" (2011). Books by Maurer Faculty. 75.