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Rothstein, Craver, Schroeder, Shoben, and Hébert's Employment Law, 5th, a multivolume treatise on employment law, integrates materials on employment of undocumented aliens, drug testing, privacy, employment discrimination, minimum wage, ERISA, family and medical leave, health benefits, OSHA, workers' compensation, covenants not to compete, and wrongful discharge.
Integration is achieved by following the employment relation from its formation, through terms and conditions of employment, to termination. The text presents information within a framework of history, context, perspective, and analysis. In addition, the treatise points to other primary and secondary resources for greater research efficiency.