Labor and Employment

Source: National Conference of State Legislatures, 2013

Labor and employment issues are covered by a combination of state and federal laws and are important to workers, businesses, labor organizations and governments. NCSL’s resources on labor and employment issues are arranged around six topic clusters: Collective Bargaining, Discrimination, Employee Leave, Personnel Issues, Unemployment, and Wage and Hour. Hot issues for the 2013 legislative session include minimum wage, prevailing wage, right-to-work, unemployment, work-share programs, and collective bargaining. Click below for a list of NCSL labor and employment resources.
Sections include: Unemployment rates, State minimum wages, Employee misclassification, Working families, and three searchable legislative bill tracking databases on key labor and employment issues (collective bargaining, unemployment, workers compensation).