Journal of Workplace Rights

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Journal of Workplace Rights  
Journal of Workplace Rights.jpg
Former names
Journal of Individual Employment Rights
Discipline Labour relations
Language English
Edited by Joel Rudin
Publication details
Publisher
Baywood Publishing
Publication history
1992-present
Frequency Quarterly
Indexing
ISSN 1938-4998
Journal of Individual Employment Rights:
1055-7512
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The Journal of Workplace Rights is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering labor-management relations, employment discrimination, and employment law. It covers the theoretical and practical sides of employment issues such as record keeping, occupational safety and health, fair employment practices, addicted workers, AIDS in the workplace, medical screening, employee surveillance, wage and hour standards, union-management relations, employment contracts, and dispute and grievance resolution. The journal is edited by Joel Rudin (Rowan University).

Cover of the Journal of Individual Employment Rights

History[edit]

The Journal of Workplace Rights was established in 1992 as the Journal of Individual Employment Rights and obtained its current title in 2008.

Abstracting and indexing[edit]

The journal is abstracted and indexed in the Social Science Citation Index, Employee Relations Bibliography & Abstracts, Human Resources Abstracts, Left Index, Personnel Management Abstracts, Urban Affairs Abstracts, and Violence & Abuse Abstracts.

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