HEINONLINE LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT: THE AMERICAN WORKER
Item #: 1007361
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.;
Immerse yourself in the rich history and current landscape of America’s workforce with HeinOnline’s Labor and Employment: The American Worker. This comprehensive database combines legislative histories, Supreme Court case briefs, accounts of historical labor riots, current reports on working conditions, and so much more.
Get a unique perspective with our chart of landmark court cases related to labor and employment law, including links to the full text, synopsis, and explanations of each case’s significance in both labor jurisprudence and history. From state court cases that impacted the entire country, to decisions made in the U.S. Supreme Court, this database covers cases from 1842 to 2018.
In addition to over 10,000 subject-coded titles, our editors have carefully curated 300 expertly written scholarly articles on topics like employment protections, labor contracts, collective bargaining, and more, all ranging from 1904 to present and with new articles added each month. And for those looking to further their research, our editors have even selected over 200 highly recommended titles. Each title is linked to its WorldCat entry to help users locate the book in a nearby library.
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