Journal of Individual Employment Rights
J Indiv Employ Right
One of the most rapidly evolving areas of employment law is that of individual employment rights. Employees are asserting newly found rights against their employers arising out of at-will employment's erosion, binding commitments present in handbooks and employment policies, public policy violations, privacy intrusions, and so forth. Individual employment rights is an area of employment law that has no clearly defined boundaries. The sources of these rights include federal and state constitutions, a multitude of employment statutes, and the common law. Its subject matter is equally varied, including such diverse matters as record keeping and disclosure, health and safety, fair employment practices, alcohol and drug abuse, AIDS, medical screening, employee surveillance, wage and hour standards, union management relations, employment contracts, dispute resolution, etc. The Journal of Individual Employment Rights' intent is to serve as a central source for addressing these newly asserted rights as they are debated and developed by courts, academicians, legal practitioners, and human resource professionals. Its emphasis is on the theoretical as well as the practical by serving as a forum for the interchange of ideas and information for all individuals concerned with this developing area.
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