Employment and Labor Law
Established in 1978, this independent agency is "responsible for administering the labor-management relations program for 1.9 million
Federal employees world-wide." The FLRA's site lists the statutes and regulations under which the authority is governed, as well as recent
cases decided by the Authority. It is also a good place to locate local Authority offices and catch up on FLRA news.
Providing workers comp information, news, facts, and contact information for employees, employers, insurers, and medical providers. Find rules, statutes, forms, and professional help relating to workplace injuries and disabilities in the state of Massachusetts.
The Employment Law Information Network web site has Federal and State employment law articles as well as case law, hot topics and a listing of the most popular resources on the web site.
Labor, Wages. Evidence, Expert opinion, Business record. Practice, Civil, Class action, Statute of limitations. Rules of Civil Procedure. Contract, Performance and breach, Damages. Limitations, Statute of.
School and School Committee, Termination of employment, Arbitration. Public Employment, Termination. Arbitration, School committee, Authority of arbitrator, Award, Judicial review. Public Policy.
An interesting blog with many Labor Law Topics and many responses to discussions. Register to post your own comment or just browse the other posts.
As Labor day approaches here is a link to the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA).
NELA advocates for employee rights and workplace fairness while promoting the highest standards of professionalism, ethics and judicial integrity.
NELA is dedicated to promoting the interests of individual employees and assisting the lawyers who represent them.
Unfair labor practices and the Union.
OSHA's mission is to ensure safety and health of workers by setting and enforcing standards, training, education and more.
Info on Inflation, Earnings, Industries, Demographics and more.
Find information on discrimination, regulations, laws, training and federal agencies.
The Commissioners goal is to maintain equal employment policies and approve most litigations.
Law Reviews and Journals
Other Legal Associations