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Employment & Labor Law Books for College1. Employment Law for Business by Dawn Bennett-Alexander, Laura Hartman, Hardcover: 816 pages, Publisher: Irwin/McGraw-Hill
This book is intended to instruct students on how to manage effectively and efficiently with full comprehension of the legal ramifications of their decisions. Students are shown how to think and analyze employment law facts using concrete examples of management-related legal dilemmas without clear-cut solutions. The methods of arriving at resolutions are emphasized, so that when the facts of the workplace problem are not quite the same, the student can still reach a good decision based on the legal considerations required by law, which remain relevant.





2. Labor and Employment Law by David Twomey, Hardcover: 800 pages, Publisher: South-Western College/West
Written by a nationally renowned White House labor mediator, this edition continues its comprehensive treatment of labor and employment law. In-depth chapters explore pay equity and age discrimination, disability discrimination laws and workers' compensation, and employee privacy topics. In addition, labor law topics are updated to include coverage of protection for contingent workers, the legality of employee involvement (EI) programs, and more. No other text on this market can claim the prestige of authorship and timely coverage of topics so important to students in their business careers.

3. The Employer's Legal Handbook by Fred S. Steingold, Amy Delpo, Lisa Guerin, Paperback: 505 pages, Publisher: Nolo.com
A comprehensive guide to the legal rights and obligations of employers. New laws affect every aspect of being an employer; from interviewing and hiring, to handling employee benefits to firing. The most complete guide to your legal rights and responsibilities, this book shows you how to comply with the most recent workplace laws and regulations, run a safe and fair workplace and avoid lawsuits.

4. Employment Law (3rd Edition) by John J. Moran, Hardcover: 512 pages, Pub: Prentice Hall
TThis book is a simple approach to employment law, with a foundation of legal principles explained in the layperson's language. Provides coverage of employment relationship and procedure, employment discrimination, and employment regulation. The book is valuable as a guide in its current form for those working in human resources as well as corporate attorneys.

5. Employment Discrimination Law: Cases and Materials on Equality in the Workplace by Robert Belton, Dianne Avery, Maria L. Ontiveros, Roberto L. Corrada, Hardcover: 1008 pages, Publisher: Delmar Thomson Learning
Reflecting the dominate theme of workplace equality, the authors go beyond this general consensus to affirm that the fundamental purpose of laws prohibiting employment discrimination is to implement the national civil rights policy. Organized around an examination of the reach and limits of laws, the book scrutinizes the federal statutory protection against employment discrimination. Constitutional provisions and state laws are included where appropriate. In addition, this new edition extensively uses scholarship drawn from the work of critical race theorists and feminist legal scholars. It also has materials on the law and economics approach to employment discrimination.

6. Labor Relations Law (7th Edition) by Fred Witney, Benjamin J. Taylor, Paperback: 518 pages, Publisher: Prentice Hall
Provides vital background information and the latest major NLRB and court decisions. This clearly written book focuses on contemporary labor relations law. It offers a thorough examination of how the law of labor relations operates within the socio-economic environment; the impact of the law and its constant changes on collective bargaining; and the rights and obligations of labor unions, employers, employees and the public. For human resource directors, management and labor attorneys.

7. Employment Law for Human Resource Practice by David J. Walsh, Hardcover: 600 pages, Publisher: South-Western College/West
This textbook surveys the extensive and growing body of law regulating the employment relationship and influencing virtually every area of human resource practice. Each chapter explicitly considers the implications of the law for human resource practices. Chapters are organized around specific human resource practices.





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