- stay up to date with employment law changes as they are happening,
- get the answers you need to employment law questions in one place, and
- know you are making the right employment decisions.
- the biggest discounts on membership fees we will ever offer plus
- a 20% discount for life
Members get info and updates on more than 100 employment laws—that’s twice the number of topics covered on our free site, so you can find answers to questions about laws governing your workplace.
The free areas of our site are displayed in a three-column layout with revenue-generating ads in the third column. Members see a two-page layout with no ad disruption for easier research.
With our advanced search features, you can jump from state to state, topic to topic, or any combination of the two with just a few keystrokes. This makes finding the information you need faster and easier.
While printing from the free area of our site includes everything (ads, images, and sidebars), our advanced printing feature allows you to delete unwanted content before printing or creating a PDF.
Non-members and Basic members pay $9.99–$12.99 to download eBooks. Standard and Full members pay nothing for our State Employment Laws series and our 50 State Plus DC Employment Law Surveys.
Some laws don’t take effect for months or years. Our updates calendar alerts Standard and Full members when new employment laws take effect and gives you the ability to add reminders to your own calendar.
You need to know when employment laws change. Our legislation tracker covers all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, and keeps Standard and Full members informed of their changing legal obligations.
Our online resources are invaluable, but complex HR issues require more than research tools. With telephone and email support, Full members can contact us anytime for consultation at no additional cost.
When a law changes, you need to know as soon as possible. With our instant emails, you will. When we become aware of a legal change, we will send you an email based on your preferences so you know how it will impact you.
Rather than simply linking our legal summaries to original sources (including many hard-to-navigate state websites), we’re working to save members time by adding this information directly to our site.
Many state and federal agencies use internal resources to decide whether employers have violated laws or regulations. We’re working to gather these insights and make them part of our searchable database.