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From the Publisher This new text focuses on an important part of the business environment. The text discusses the overall employment relationship and discrimination topics such as sex, race, age, gender, religion and AIDS. It discusses the regulatory aspects of employm ent. There are four to five cases per chapter. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Read more From the Back Cover Employment Law: New Challenges in the Business Environment, Second Edition, makes a complex and sometimes controversial topic easier for students to understand through the use of such pedagogical features as: Employment Scenario (an ongoing story about a small company that faces a myriad of employment issues, with resolutions offered by the company's attorney) Employer Lessons and Employee Lessons (each chapter includes listings of key issues employers and employees should consider) Case summaries and case questions (each case begins with a presentation of the legal issue at hand, and each is followed by a summary and questions) Separate chapters with the latest information on today's most controversial employment law issues (sexual harassment, sexual orientation discrimination, affirmative action, Family and Medical Leave Act, drug testing, privacy, and the Americans with Disabilities Act) Also new with the second edition is the text's web site: www.prenhall.com/moran. The site makes federal statutes readily available for student and instructor reference. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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