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  • Agricultural Labor Laws

    The Employment Law Guide describes the statutes and regulations administered by the Department of Labor that affect businesses and workers.

  • American Bar Association - Section of Labor and Employment Law

    The Section of Labor and Employment Law is your link to information that matters to you. Our 22,000+ members represent all perspectives of labor and employment law: employer, union, employee, public, and neutral. All are committed to a balanced discussion of employment issues in the United States and abroad. Section membership is open to all regular, associate and law student members of the ABA. Annual dues are $40 for ABA Lawyer and Associate members and free for ABA Law Student Division members.

  • ELaws - U.S. Department of Labor

    The elaws Advisors are interactive e-tools that provide easy-to-understand information about a number of federal employment laws. Each Advisor simulates the interaction you might have with an employment law expert. It asks questions and provides answers based on responses given.

  • Employment Law - Wikipedia

    There are 4 subcategories in this category.

  • Employment Topics - Wex

    An overview of the employment law by Cornell Law School

  • Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection

    The Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act (MSPA) safeguards most migrant and seasonal agricultural workers in their interactions with farm labor contractors, agricultural employers, agricultural associations, and providers of migrant housing.

  • NELI - The National Employment Law Institute

    NELI is a non-profit educational organization headquartered in Denver, Colorado. The Institute's activities pertain exclusively to employment law compliance, the application of employment law to human resource practices, and practice and procedure before administrative bodies and in state and federal courts.

  • U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

    Inflation & Consumer Spending; Wages, Earnings, & Benefits; Productivity; Occupations; Demographics;

  • U.S. Department of Labor

    Employment Law Guide - Laws, Regulations, and Technical Assistance Services

  • Unemployment compensation law - Cornell School of Law

    Unemployment insurance provides workers, whose jobs have been terminated through no fault of their own, monetary payments for a given period of time or until they find a new job. Unemployment payments (compensation) are intended to provide an unemployed worker time to find a new job equivalent to the one lost without financial distress. Without employment compensation many workers would be forced to take jobs for which they were overqualified or end up on welfare. Unemployment compensation is also justified in for sustaining consumer spending during periods of economic adjustment.

  • Workplace Fairness

    Workplace Fairness is a non-profit organization that provides information, education, and assistance to individual workers and their advocates nationwide and promotes public policies that advance employee rights.

Employment Law - International

  • Australia Employment Law

    Parliamentary Libray containing links to resources and documents in the area of federal employment law.

  • China Employment Law

    A translated copy of the recently implemented China HR Laws

  • China's Employment Situation and Policies

    The Information Office issued a white paper titled "China's Employment Situation and Policies"

  • EU and International Law - Federation of European Employers

    European Union (EU) Council Regulations have direct effect within member states.

  • EU Labour Law

    Community labour law was designed with the aim of ensuring that the creation of the Single Market didn't lead to a lowering of labour standards or distortions in competition. But it has also been increasingly called to play a key role in making it easier for the EU to adapt to evolving forms of work organisation, which is crucial if it is to achieve the growth and employment objectives of the Lisbon Strategy.

  • Foreign Labor Statistics (FLS)

    The Foreign Labor Statistics (FLS) program provides international comparisons of hourly compensation costs; productivity and unit labor costs; labor force, employment and unemployment rates; and consumer prices. The comparisons relate primarily to the major industrial countries

  • India Employment Law

    Employment Regulations; Work Permits; The Employment; Market; Engagement and Dismissal; Employees' Rights and Remuneration; Working Hours; Pensions; Termination of Employment; Wages and Benefits; Employment of Foreigners;

  • U.K. Employment Law

Associations Involved With Employment Law

  • ABA Labor and Employment Law Section

    The Section of Labor and Employment Law is your link to information that matters to you. Our 22,000+ members represent all perspectives of labor and employment law: employer, union, employee, public, and neutral. All are committed to a balanced discussion of employment issues in the United States and abroad.

  • Employment Lawyers Association (United Kingdom)

    We are a national membership association of almost 5,000 lawyers who specialise in employment law. We exist to service the needs of our members.

  • National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA)

    NELA is the country's only professional organization that is comprised only of lawyers who represent individual employees in cases involving employment Law.

Publications for Employment Law

  • AHI's Employment Law

    The Alexander Hamilton publications deal with all aspects of employment law, and are specifically designed to keep managers and executives from making mistakes that could lead to fines and lawsuits.

  • American Bar Association or the Section of Labor and Employment

    Publications, Committee Documents, Audio Tapes, and Video Packages

  • China Employment / Labour Contract

    The Labour Law of the People’s Republic of China (“Labour Law”) is applicable to all employment relationships between individuals and enterprises in China.

  • Department of Labor's Employment Law Guide (ELG)

    The Employment Law Guide describes the major statutes and regulations administered by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) that affect businesses and workers.

  • Employment Law Information Network ("ELIN")

    ELIN's mission is to remain the brand name resource for free employment law information on the Internet.

  • Human Resource Management Articles

    HRM Guide publishes articles and news releases about HR surveys, employment law, human resource research, HR books and careers that bridge the gap between theory and practice.

  • NELI Publications

    The Institute publishes manuals, books and workbooks which comprehensively address substantive, procedural and strategic issues in employment law and litigation.