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Resources WF Publications

Workplace Fairness has publications written specifically for workers who want to understand their workplace rights. These valuable tools explain legal rights in plain language and provide practical advice about dealing with problems in the workplace. Workplace Fairness also publishes scholarly journals that provide in-depth analysis of employee rights and issues.



Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal
The Chicago-Kent College of Law and Workplace Fairness

The articles in the Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal present diverse perspectives on legal and law-related issues that affect the well-being of employees in the workplace. Multidisciplinary in its approach, the Journal contains articles written by experts concerned about employee rights issues in many fields, including labor and employment law, labor economics, labor relations, and industrial relations. The Journal is published jointly with Chicago-Kent College of Law. Details


Federal Employees Legal Survival Guide

Federal Employees Legal Survival Guide
By The Attorneys Of The Law Firm Of Passman And Kaplan

Federal employees have more rights than their counterparts in the private sector, but they also have to deal with a complex maze of regulations and procedures. Every federal employee needs to know the special rules governing the workplace. Now they can turn to the Federal Employees Legal Survival Guide for answers. This comprehensive volume speaks in plain English to federal employees about their legal rights and remedies, while providing the detailed information that lawyers need to assist them. Details

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