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Employment law : cases and materials

Author: Steven L Willborn; Stewart J Schwab; John F Burton
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : English
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[The authors have] tried to retain as many of the cases and as much of the structure of [this] book as possible, both to ease the transition for teachers and for substantive reasons. The cases, for the most part, work well as teaching tools and the structure of the book provides flexibility for the many different types of courses professors offer as "employment law."--Pref. This book considers the role of the law in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc
Cases
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Steven L Willborn; Stewart J Schwab; John F Burton
OCLC Number: 51545154
Notes: Originally published: Newark, NJ : LexisNexis, ©2002. 3rd ed.
Description: 1 audio disc : digital, mono ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Introduction employment law: Themes of employment law; Legal boundaries of the employment relationship; Enforcement employment rights --
Rise and fall of employment at will: Historical foundations of employment at will; Contract erosions of employment at will; Tort erosions of employment at will; Good faith limitations on employment at will; Future of wrongful discharge law --
Employee privacy: Employee free speech and political protections; Employee privacy rights on and off the job; Employer references, defamation and other torts --
Employee duties and promises: Duty of loyalty and trade secrets; Enforcement of noncompetitive clauses; Employee inventions --
Prohibitions on status discrimination: Policy rationale for prohibitions on status discrimination; Legal models of discrimination; Applying the legal model for discrimination --
Regulation of compensation: Wages and hours legislation; Unemployment and unemployment insurance --
Employee benefits: Pensions; Employer-provided health insurance --
Workplace injuries and diseases; Prestatutory approaches; Workers' compensation; Occupational Safety and Health Act; Rethinking the approaches to workplace injuries and diseases.
Responsibility: by Steven L. Willborn, Stewart J. Schwab, John F. Burton, Jr.

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[The authors have] tried to retain as many of the cases and as much of the structure of [this] book as possible, both to ease the transition for teachers and for substantive reasons. The cases, for the most part, work well as teaching tools and the structure of the book provides flexibility for the many different types of courses professors offer as "employment law."--Pref. This book considers the role of the law in regulating the complex and crucially important relationship between employer and employee.-Chapter 1.

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