Labor and Employment Law: Public Sector and Labor and Employment Law: Private Sector both provide an extensive compendium of state and federal law governing the duties of employers and the rights of employees.
The first set conveniently compiles the rules and laws governing Oregon’s public sector employees and employers in two handy volumes. Chapters highlight issues around military leave, the Public Employee Collective Bargaining Act, the disclosure of information or records regarding law enforcement and public safety employees, and much more.
The second set analyzes cases, statutes, and regulations that affect private workplace rights and responsibilities. Topics include: employment actions in tort and in contract; wages, hours, fringe benefits; equal employment opportunity; collective bargaining, unfair labor practices; recognition of labor organizations; labor disputes; veterans’ and reservists’ employment rights; independent contractors; safety and health; unemployment insurance; record retention; the ADA; family leave laws; and private sector labor relations not covered by federal law.
This resource is now available as individual chapter eBook downloads on the OSB online store. Click on a link below to purchase one of these eBooks.
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