The first 11 books in the State Employment Laws series are now available on Amazon.com
Salt Lake City, Utah – March 12, 2015: The Lunt Group LLC, publishers of the website Employment Law Handbook, has announced that the first 11 books of its State Employment Laws series are now available for purchase on Amazon.com.
Each book contains summaries of many of the state-specific laws that regulate the relationship between employers and employees. They also contain active links throughout their pages to supporting legal resources that provide extra assurance that readers are finding the correct answers to their questions. Some of the topics that are covered in the books include minimum wage, overtime, leave laws, meal and break time laws, wage and hour laws, payment laws, and many others.
Currently, the states with available books include Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia.
In addition, those who purchase one of the books are eligible for free updates for one year, as well as a free one-year membership to EmploymentLawHandbook.com, a $60.00 value. As laws change over time or as new content is added to the purchased books, the purchaser will still have access to the very latest and most up-to-date information via updates. In addition, members of the site have access to the PDF versions of summaries for all states.
Information on how to register for the free updates and the one-year basic membership can be found in each of the purchased books, and membership to the website will give purchasers access to a wide variety of additional tools and resources that can help employers better manage their workforces.
For more information on the State Employment Laws series and to purchase any of the available books, interested parties can visit Amazon.com.
EmploymentLawHandbook.com is owned and operated by The Lunt Group LLC, and is an expanding online resource for information about federal and state employment and labor laws. The mission of The Lunt Group LLC is to provide visitors with information that is easy to understand, easy to find, and up-to-date. For more information, please visit www.employmentlawhandbook.com.