Category includes organizations and institutions which advise on, lobby in the area of, or do research on labor relations. This category includes updates to relevant law: judicial and administrative.
Agricultural Labor Management offers a number of resources to farm employers, academia, consultants, and the press on farm labor.
Promotes greater knowledge and expertise in industrial and labor relations through academic programs, research, extension courses, conferences, and publications.
Analysis and information about disparity between executive salaries and other workers, from AFL-CIO
Comprehensive source of information about the Institute at the University of Illinois, Urbana.
Labor union training videos, cd-roms, workshops, and books. Free previews and catalog available
A network of South African labour experts who assist employees facing unfair labour practices, dismissals, retrenchment or discrimination in the work place.
A practitioner masters program in human resources and labor relations at UW-Milwaukee.
An award winning producer of videos on labor and management relations.
A non-profit professional and honorary organization of arbitrators.
Anti-union organization which does research and provides analysis to "expose the inequities of compulsory unionism."
General information and access to issues and legislation before the committee.
One of the largest law firms in the United States exclusively devoted to employee rights. Located in Orange County, CA, provides aggressive full-service representation.
Software that costs union and management proposals before, during and after collective bargaining.
Wayne State University: education, exhibits, labor archives, lectures, and newsletter.
The national trade union centre in the UK, representing the vast majority of organized workers.
US Supreme Court held that back wages are subject to FICA and FUTA tax rates that were in effect for the year in which the wages are in fact paid, not for the year in which they should have been paid.
Working Stiff is a webzine that aims to help average working people put in fewer hours for more pay and win arguments with the boss once in the while.
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