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    employment law
  • This is the area of law that governs the relationships between employers and employees. It includes things like harassment and unfair dismissal.
  • Labour law (or "labor", or "employment" law) is the body of laws, administrative rulings, and precedents which address the legal rights of, and restrictions on, working people and their organizations.
  • (Employment Laws) Federal and state employment laws apply with equal force to associations as to other employers.  The fact that associations are nonprofit corporations is irrelevant; the fact that an association is an employer is relevant.
    labor
  • productive work (especially physical work done for wages); "his labor did not require a great deal of skill"
  • tug: strive and make an effort to reach a goal; "She tugged for years to make a decent living"; "We have to push a little to make the deadline!"; "She is driving away at her doctoral thesis"
  • Work, esp. hard physical work
  • Workers, esp. manual workers, considered collectively
  • Such workers considered as a social class or political force
  • a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages; "there is a shortage of skilled labor in this field"
    firm
  • Having a solid, almost unyielding surface or structure
  • Having steady but not excessive power or strength
  • tauten: become taut or tauter; "Your muscles will firm when you exercise regularly"; "the rope tautened"
  • Solidly in place and stable
  • with resolute determination; "we firmly believed it"; "you must stand firm"
  • marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable; "firm convictions"; "a firm mouth"; "steadfast resolve"; "a man of unbendable perseverence"; "unwavering loyalty"
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United States - Guide to Law Firms 2011 - Labor and Employment
United States - Guide to Law Firms 2011 - Labor and Employment
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The Legal 500 United States is the guide to 'the best of the best' national law firms in the United States.

The performance of each firm is assessed by reviewing a wide range of criteria. Recommendations from clients provide first-hand feedback on service quality, and interviews with specialist lawyers in each subject area give a clear picture of where each firm’s practice is directed.

The Legal 500 US is a practical, comprehensive and up-to-date listing of the leading commercial law firms. It offers analysis of firms’ strengths, allowing clients to identify the most suitable practice to instruct. The Legal 500 US is a crucial source of reference for anyone undertaking research on the legal market, and an indispensable tool for anyone wishing to do business with a US law firm.

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Advent, Anger and Mike Oldfield
Advent, Anger and Mike Oldfield
Jubilant Quackenbush: I'm using Advent this year to explore my issues with money. I have a hard time finding spirit in monetary matters the way I can find spirit in most anything else. Advent being about light in the darkness, I thought I'd use it to try to find light in earning a living... something I'm gonna have to deal with in May (when I graduate) Luminis Kanto: employment is not the same thing as money Luminis Kanto: calling vs earning :P Jubilant Quackenbush: yeah, but I need to get paid too Luminis Kanto: yup Jubilant Quackenbush: money is like any other tool, neutral. It's more my relationship with it (or with earning it) that I need to find some spiritual peace with Luminis Kanto: Jubi, do you have a spiritual *problem* with earning a living? Jubilant Quackenbush: it's complicated, but essentially I have a history... Jubilant Quackenbush: of doing something for free and being OK with it, but if I'm getting paid for the same thing... Jubilant Quackenbush: I find myself resentful Luminis Kanto: priceless is ok Luminis Kanto: put a price on it, and it seems cheap Jubilant Quackenbush: I found myself thinking that I'm a whore Luminis Kanto: and Jubi, we are all whores Luminis Kanto: we live in a world of alienated labor :) Luminis Kanto: Selling one's body often seems more comfy to me than selling one's mind. Luminis Kanto: seriously, when I was working at the law firm Luminis Kanto: and having to think about municipal power for 100 hours a week Luminis Kanto: the content mighta been neutral, but it killed me Luminis Kanto: not to have time to think my own thoughts :p Luminis Kanto: Jubi, give to caesar what is caesar's and all that Luminis Kanto: I don't see how to invest money itself with spirituality, personally Luminis Kanto: it's profane stuff Beta Bates: like investing oxygen, or foot-pounds of torque Jubilant Quackenbush: I need to find peace in "giving to caesar what is caesar's" Luminis Kanto: oxygen I can get spiritual about Luminis Kanto: well, I hope you find it, Jubi :) Jubilant Quackenbush: the lack of peace is what I'm trying to address Rieko Yoshikawa: money is lubricant for humanitarian organizations though Jubilant Quackenbush: Unfortunately, humanitarianism has been greatly comodified Luminis Kanto: all is commodified, Jubi Jubilant Quackenbush: For some reason I take comodification very personally Jubilant Quackenbush: like it's rape Luminis Kanto: I am pretty much a pragmatist Luminis Kanto: I live in a nonutopian, fallen world Luminis Kanto: and muddle through :) Luminis Kanto: the thing is, is direct interaction we can avoid commodification, love directly, or seek direct physical revenge for that matter Luminis Kanto: but we live with billions of people :p Jubilant Quackenbush: I personally think, for my own self, that if I'm not fighting an internal rage about something, I'm more likely to contribute positively Luminis Kanto: you can also try working *with* rage, Jubi Jubilant Quackenbush: eep Beta Bates: that is a good point, Lumi Luminis Kanto: I know you think all anger is bad, Jubi Luminis Kanto: but it's an emotion Luminis Kanto: as valid as any Luminis Kanto: maybe you need to embrace it. . . Jubilant Quackenbush: OK, I'm crying now... I know my anger is God given, but I hate it *sob* Luminis Kanto: awwww, Jubi Rieko Yoshikawa: awwwww Sen Trefoil: hugs Luminis Kanto: it's ok for it to be hard <3 Luminis Kanto: anger used to be destructive for me Jubilant Quackenbush: Something really deep is being touched for me... I know it isn't about money, but money pisses me off the most and therefore unsettles me the most... Jubilant Quackenbush: what did you do Lumi? Jubilant Quackenbush: how did it become undestructive? Luminis Kanto: I think mostly I embraced myself more fully Luminis Kanto: and then I was able to live with it and work with it responsibly Luminis Kanto: I used to be filled with rage, not just at injustice Luminis Kanto: but the desire to eliminate it utterly Luminis Kanto: accepting having to live with just a bit less injustice was the hard thing Jubilant Quackenbush: this conversation has helped alot Luminis Kanto: I'm glad <3 Luminis Kanto: tubular bells! Jubilant Quackenbush: OOOOH!!!!! Jubilant Quackenbush: Tubular Bells!!!! Sen Trefoil: oh man ..where did the exorcist come from Luminis Kanto laughs Jubilant Quackenbush: this album ROCKS
Homestead Strike - memorial
Homestead Strike - memorial
You may also want to view other photos in this Flickr set, of the Pump House and Informational stand as there is more information and text transcription regarding this event. They all begin with the word, "Homestead" and the set is organized alphabetically. Transcription of text on this Memorial: "An Address to the Public" Issued by the Advisory Committee, the Knights of Labor and the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steelworkers, Homestead, Pa. July 22-23, 1892 "The most evident characteristic of our time and county is the phenomenon of industrial centralization, which is putting the control of each of our great national industries into the hands ozone or a few men and giving these men an enormous and despotic power of their lives and the fortunes of their employees and subordinates- the great mass of the people; [it is] a power which eviscerates our national constitution and our common law...a power which, though expressed in terms of current speech as the right of employers to manage their business[es] to suit themselves, it [coming] to mean in effect nothing less than [the] right to manage the country to suit themselves. "The employees in the mill of Messrs. Carnegie, Phipps & Co., at Homestead, Pa., have built there a town with its homes, its schools and its churches; have for many years been faithful co-workers with the company in the business of the mill, have invested thousands of dollars of their savings in said mill in the expectation of spending their lives in Homestead and of working in the mill during the period of their efficiency ... "Therefore, the committee desires to express to the public as its firm belief that both the public and the employees aforesaid have equitable rights and interests in the said mill which cannot be modified or diverted without due process of law; that the employees have the right to continuous employment in the said mill during efficiency and good behavior without regard to religious, political or economic opinions or associations; that it is against public policy and subversive of the fundamental principles of American liberty that a whole community of workers should be denied employment or suffer any other social detriment on account of membership in a church, a political party or a trade union; that it is our duty as American citizens to resist by every legal and ordinary means the unconstitutional, anarchic and revolutionary policy of the Carnegie Company, which seem to evince a contempt [for] public and private interests and disdain [for] the public conscience..." "Workingmen Cannonading the Barges" is from the 1892 broadside "Great Battle of Homestead" by Edwin Rowe.

labor employment law firm
labor employment law firm
New Mexico Employment Law Desk Reference
Written for New Mexico employers, this book is a valuable tool for anyone wanting to know about New Mexico–specific employment laws. It covers everything from worker classification to at-will employment, from employment contracts to employment-law torts. Learn about the New Mexico Human Rights Act, New Mexico Wage and Hour and Child Labor laws. Find information on workers’ compensation, unemployment compensation, and the New Mexico Occupational Health and Safety Act. Read about laws that may exist in other states, but not in New Mexico; for example, in most situations, New Mexico law does not require mandatory meal or break periods. Review sections on drug and alcohol testing, medical insurance, employee records, personnel files, and garnishment of wages.

Written for New Mexico employers, this book is a valuable tool for anyone wanting to know about New Mexico–specific employment laws. It covers everything from worker classification to at-will employment, from employment contracts to employment-law torts. Learn about the New Mexico Human Rights Act, New Mexico Wage and Hour and Child Labor laws. Find information on workers’ compensation, unemployment compensation, and the New Mexico Occupational Health and Safety Act. Read about laws that may exist in other states, but not in New Mexico; for example, in most situations, New Mexico law does not require mandatory meal or break periods. Review sections on drug and alcohol testing, medical insurance, employee records, personnel files, and garnishment of wages.

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