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Pennsylvania Public Employee Reporter

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Brand: LRP
Copyright: 2011-2023
Service #: 30572943
Sub #: 30572945
Publication Frequency: Updated twice monthly
Update format: Cumulative supplement

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Pennsylvania Public Employee Reporter



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Pennsylvania Public Employee Reporter is useful in the negotiation, interpretation, and administration of Pennsylvania public sector collective bargaining agreements. This reporter provides up-to-date access to relevant administrative caselaw, rules, and regulations. You'll also find summaries and analysis of administrative agency and court decisions. Recognized as the official reporter by the labor board in Pennsylvania, it uses a unique, copyrighted indexing system that allows you to quickly do cross-jurisdictional research into similar reporters for California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, and Ohio.

You'll find features that include:

  • Coverage of topics such as retaliation, social media, off-duty misconduct, discipline surveillance, layoffs, employee healthcare premium contributions, two-tiered benefit and pension plans, wage freezes, and givebacks
  • The full text of all cases and applicable rules and regulations
  • The unique indexing systems that speeds you to on-point cases
  • Up-to-date access to relevant administrative caselaw, rules and regulations
  • Contents that include the full text of all cases and applicable rules and regulations
  • A highlights section providing a quick review of the topics covered in the current issue

Important Customer Service Information: The Pennsylvania Public Employee Reporter (PA-PER) was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2011. Thomson Reuters does not provide print materials for PPER prior to 2011. A potential purchaser of print materials may purchase PPER materials from Thomson Reuters beginning in 2011 Current Reports binders. All PPER decisions prior to 2011 are available on Westlaw.