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How to Publish Fair Employment Laws

by Adam Benjamin
  • Overview

    One good citizen can make a lasting arrangement with citizens committed to knowing the laws that ensure fair employment. With an open storehouse of United States Laws, the collection takes only a dedication and diligence to put together. Government supplies the valuable laws. You publish the laws for the American employees and employers.
 
  • Step 1

    Choose a set of laws most important to American employees. Think over the laws that provide the most important support for fair employer practices. Help the working Americans keep good financial security and stable and safe employment, without concern for unfair treatment. Begin with the most established laws: the Fair Labor Standards Act, Occupational Safety and Health Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, Employee Retirement Income Security Act, the National Labor Relations Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Americans with Disabilities Act and the Equal Pay Act of 1963. Purchase two slip laws, the unbound, printed copy of the law, for each act from the Superintendent of Documents agency, and download the document from the GPO Access Service at Gpoaccess.gov. A link to the GPO page is provided in Resources.
  • Step 2

    Subscribe to the Federal Register. The United States Government publication keeps you up to date on changes in employment law.
  • Step 3

    Review the U.S. Government's Internet holdings and library holdings, and plan your law source list. You need a good source list so your law holdings stay complete. GPO Access and THOMAS are the two principal sources for United States laws on the Internet. Find recent legal enactments at the Senate and House Document Rooms. Look into the your local libraries collections of U. S. Slip Laws and the United States Statutes at Large. Also take a note of the U. S. Code Congressional and Administrative News. If you can not find it at your local library, look up a Federal Depository Library. Make a list of holdings with their call number.
  • Step 4

    Find a local printer you can work with to print U.S. slip laws. Choose a printer committed to civic knowledge who prints in volume and is willing to publish at an economical price that keeps sales prices low.
  • Step 5

    Build an interested citizen list. Begin with your fellow citizens you share the commitment to fair employment laws with. Request member lists from local political organizations active in protecting employees rights, promoting good business and educating the community on the law. Send each member a notice of your law publications with a list of laws and invite them to subscribe, or order a law. Keep your list current.
  • Step 6

    Organize the publishing enterprise. Reserve a cabinet for fair employment slip laws. Organize a folder on the computer for slip law files and lists and legal indexes. Complete all lists and indexes and keep a copy on the computer. Make room by your desk for a box that holds laws and keep a small box on the desk that holds orders.
  • Step 7

    Print laws, and send in the U.S. mail to your citizens. Fulfill the orders of your faithful citizens.
  • 3
  • Publish at the least expense you can afford. The substance of the law is the most important. Give a good law to as many citizens as you can.
  • Publish at the least expense you can afford. The substance of the law is the most important.
  • Give a good law to as many citizens as you can.

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