Now more than ever, it is imperative that employers and employment law practitioners understand the legal implications of a wide range of workplace actions. Throughout 2011, as employers continued to feel the combined pressure of tight employment markets and a sideways-churning economy, they continued to tighten their fiscal belts for fear of another market dip. These uncertainties have only added fuel to already-hot litigation fires.
Employment Law Yearbook 2012 provides a review of developments in the law from the past year, including case decisions, legislative changes, government agency actions, and other events of interest to employers. Authored by Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe’s Global Employment Law Practice Group, Employment Law Yearbook 2012 provides practical steps employers can take to minimize their risk and to comply with the law.
Revised annually, Employment Law Yearbook 2012 is an essential reference for in-house and outside corporate attorneys, human resource professionals, attorneys representing employees in lawsuits, and employees involved in lawsuits.
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