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Leverage essential labor and employment law resources

Checklists

Don’t miss a step in a complex process such as termination, wage and hour investigations, background checks, leave management, collective bargaining, or business immigration compliance.

Documents and clauses

Access a broad collection of handbook policies, independent contractor/consulting agreements, noncompete agreements, and separation agreements, all with guidance on state-specific issues.

Practice notes

Cover the spectrum of labor and employment issues, including discrimination, wage and hour, employment litigation, state-specific nuances, leave law, traditional labor, and immigration.

State Q&As

Better understand important distinctions within and between state employment law requirements.

What's Market

Rely on a collection of searchable and sortable synopses of executive employment and collective bargaining agreements. What’s Market provides comparative summaries, analysis, and custom reports.

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