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FindLaw's New and Improved Employment Law Sections

By Laura Strachan, Esq. on August 31, 2011 9:56 AM

Up-to-date content is not only important to us, it's our job. Here at FindLaw, our attorney writers are constantly updating and adding to our Learn About The Law content to ensure that our readers get the information they need when legal issues arise.

One content center that has received a recent makeover is the FindLaw Employment Law section. It's filled with information for any type of employment issue you may encounter. 

Listen, we realize employment issues can be emotionally charged. That's why our content is written to inform and empower our readers to understand their legal options.

Whether involved in an employment dispute, experiencing a job loss, or in need of assistance with an employee-related legal matter, the employment law section has a comprehensive overview of anything and everything employment.

One section that has had the benefit of a complete up-to-date overhaul is the Family and Medical Leave Section. From frequently asked questions to laws on the topic by state (including a map-based interface), this section answers every question and curiosity a reader may have.

More than just providing great content, we are committed to giving you resources to act on your legal issues.

After learning all about FMLA, you may want help with a specific employment law question. Fortunately, FindLaw Answers has a thriving question-and-answer board dedicated to employment law. 

And if you are looking for the latest news, we have blogs covering the recent developments in employment law and their legal implications. Feedback is important to us, too. So please visit our Facebook page and let us know what you think!

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