Employment Practice
Benefits Practice Resource Center (BNA)

Subjects: Employment Practice

The Benefits Practice Resource Center is a comprehensive resource for researching compensation, pension, and ERISA issues. Includes analysis, guidance and primary source material, such as the full text of judicial opinions, rulings and memoranda. This service is organized as follows: Pensions & Retirement, Health Benefits, Fringe & Welfare Benefits, Compliance & Enforcement, Litigation, and Executive Compensation.

CCH Health and Human Resources Total Connect

Subjects: Health Law and Policy, Food and Drug Law, Labor Law, Food and Drug Law, Labor Law, Health Law and Policy, Employment Practice, Employment Practice

The Labor and Employment e-Library includes material from CCH and Aspen. CCH's reporters cover the full breadth of fair employment practices, labor relations and disabilities law at the federal and state levels, and comprehensive primary source research materials, annotated explanations and timely updates of current news and developments. Aspen's treatises provide users with transactional, expert-authored analytic and practical guidance covering employee terminations, disabilities law and practice, employment discrimination litigation, sexual harassment in the workplace and covenants not to compete.

CCH Health and Human Resources Total Connect

Subjects: Health Law and Policy, Food and Drug Law, Labor Law, Food and Drug Law, Labor Law, Health Law and Policy, Employment Practice, Employment Practice

The Labor and Employment e-Library includes material from CCH and Aspen. CCH's reporters cover the full breadth of fair employment practices, labor relations and disabilities law at the federal and state levels, and comprehensive primary source research materials, annotated explanations and timely updates of current news and developments. Aspen's treatises provide users with transactional, expert-authored analytic and practical guidance covering employee terminations, disabilities law and practice, employment discrimination litigation, sexual harassment in the workplace and covenants not to compete.