Legal Protection for the Individual Employee (American Casebooks)
Provides greater ease of coverage, offers more challenging examination of key policy questions, and further examines gaps between law and reality. Includes expanded background information and competing conceptual perspectives. Based on assumption that most law schools offer separate courses in collective labor relations and employment discrimination; that it is better to study in depth the principal policies governing individual employment relationship than attempt a cursory catalog of every rule and procedure; and that legal principles and remedies have become the means of responding to individual workers who lack economic power, foresight, or self-discipline to attain job terms and conditions.
Specifications of Legal Protection for the Individual Employee (American Casebooks)
|Author||Matthew W. Finkin, Alvin L. Goldman, Clyde W. Summers|
|Publisher||West Publishing Company, College & School Div|
|Number Of Pages||871|
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