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2011 State by State Guide to Human Resources Law is the most comprehensive, authoritative guide to the employment laws of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. It is designed to provide quick access to each state's laws on the expanding number of issues and concerns facing business executives and their advisers - the professionals in HR, ...
2011 State by State Guide to Human Resources Law is the most comprehensive, authoritative guide to the employment laws of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. It is designed to provide quick access to each state's laws on the expanding number of issues and concerns facing business executives and their advisers - the professionals in HR, compensation, and employee benefits who work in multijurisdictional environments. Useful, time-saving features provided throughout 2011 State by State Guide to Human Resources Law include: Concise overviews of each topical area Dozens of at-a-glance tables summarizing the law in each state and how it applies to specific situations Citations to Authority with reference to court cases and state statutes giving you immediate access to original source And more! Highlights of the 2011 Edition include: Coverage of the 2010 federal health care legislation, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), as amended by the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act Coverage of New York's Domestic Workers' Bill of Rights signed into law on August 31, 2010, granting workplace protections to domestic workers Examination of state health care reform initiatives Analysis of recent Supreme Court decisions, including a case involving employees' privacy expectations in employer-issued electronic communications devices (City of Ontario v. Quon), and a case addressing the accrual of disparate impact claims under Title VII (Lewis v. City of Chicago) Coverage of private sector employment discrimination charges filed with the EEOC during FY 2009, with a breakdown by type of discrimination alleged Discussion of federal and state immigration reform and enforcement initiatives, including the completely redesigned Web interface for E-Verify launched by the USCIS in June 2010 after a year-long overhaul, and the controversial legislation enacted in Arizona authorizing law enforcement personnel to check a stopped or detained person's immigration/citizenship status Examination of new developments in workplace violence prevention, including "anti-bullying" legislation that is being considered in several states An updated discussion of legislative and judicial developments regarding same-sex unions and domestic partner benefits Coverage of the proposed federal Protecting America's Workers Act (PAWA)
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