This is a list of specific laws and regulations (with links to the full text versions) you will likely hear often in your courses. Check out the first link if there is a specific law you are interested in that isn't listed.
Here are some Florida focused resources:
The following individuals contributed pages to this library guide: Sylvia Cano, Becka Rich, and Mary Paige Smith.
Employment law is a complex field that involves federal and state case law, government administrative agencies and organizations, and regulations. It would be most beneficial for any researcher to begin their research by using secondary resources to obtain a general understanding of background information, which will ultimately lead to the most relevant statutes, regulations and case law. You should start your research broadly, and gradually narrow down your topic.
Here are the Bloomberg, Lexis and Westlaw Databases we recommend for this topic:
Employment law is a broad field. There is a lot of information out there. You can look on these websites for agency decisions, guidance for employees and employers, agency regulations, and policy information helpful for research.
Law relating to unions and labor is a distinct area of labor law. The resources and information available is very specialized. Here are some places to get started with your research.