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Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "U.S. Government on the Web will point you in the right direction to find all your government related needs. If we have to have a government, we HAVE to HAVE U.S. Government on the Web."
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "The book is an excellent resource for genealogists, business researchers, educators-anyone who wants to learn more about the vast and varied store of information the U.S. government makes available. And you don't have to be a doctoral student to use this book: Morehead writes in a clear and concise style; facsimiles of pages from various reference sources are included, so that the newcomer to a source will know what to expect."
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "Judith Schiek Robinson has updated and expanded this popular guide, which offers a thorough and sometimes humorous tour of government information sources. Her highly readable text explains the intricacies of government information and how to find sources that meet specific research needs. New features in the third edition include detailed coverage of Internet resources, directories of World Wide Web addresses, and quick tips on which government Web sites to search for different types of information. Helpful guides to government abbreviations and citations are also included, as are numerous new tables, user guides, exercises, and illustrations."
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "This is an excellent book for general knowledge of the laws which apply to both the employer and the employee. It is well written, reads very easily and would be my choice as a general reference book concerning employment laws. It defines all relavent law terms and, most importantly, provides a guide or reference for additional information about each of the laws governing employment. It should be noted that the book covers federal Laws and not state laws."
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "The most complete guide to workplace rights, this book is the handbook employees can look to every time they have a question or complaint about hiring, wages and hours, family and medical leave, unemployment and disability insurance, workers' compensation, job health and safety, discrimination, and much more. Includes the latest on HIV/AIDS, privacy rights, and the ADA."
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