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Florida Public Employee Reporter

Product details:

Format: Binder/Looseleaf
Brand: LRP
Copyright: 2011-2018
Service #: 30572925
Sub #: 30572927
Publication frequency: Updated semimonthly
Update method: Cumulative supplement

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Florida Public Employee Reporter

100024485

Periodically released

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100024485
100024485
Subscription service billed annually
$3,300.00/year

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

The Florida Public Employee Reporter (FL-PER) was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2011. Thomson Reuters does not provide print materials for FL-PER prior to 2011. A potential buyer of print materials may purchase FL-PER materials from Thomson Reuters beginning in 2011. All FL-PER decisions prior to 2011 are available on Westlaw.

Features

  • Contents include the full text of all cases and applicable rules and regulations.
  • A copyrighted indexing system speeds you to on-point cases internally and with similar reporters for seven other states.
  • An authoritative source for parties involved in the negotiation, interpretation, and administration of public sector collective bargaining agreements.
  • One of eight reporters covering public sector labor relations (California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania).
  • Up-to-date access to relevant administrative caselaw, rules, and regulations.
  • Recognition as the official reporter on this topic by the labor board in Florida.
  • A highlights section provides a quick review of the topics covered in the current issue.
  • Topics include wage freezes, give-backs, layoffs, employee health care premium contributions, and two-tiered benefit and pension plans.