Perspectives on Work brings various workplace viewpoints into one place. Think of this as the "Cliff's Notes" for the large issues effecting LER. We may not agree on answers, we can facilitate civil discourse on how big trends impact everyone in very different ways.
The LERA Annual Meeting Proceedings records papers and presentations at each year's meeting. Members may view and search all issues of the Proceedings (1947 onward) online, or you may order print versions of the 2009 through 2013 Proceedings available through our print-on-demand partner Curran Associates. Since 2008, LERA started publishing the Annual Proceedings only in an electronic format.
Staying informed about labor and employment law challenges most professionals. Building on the strong history of informative newsletters from Ellen Dannin and the work of the Labor and Employment Law Interest Section, Editor Ann Hodges, University of Richmond bring important news and trends to labor law. Using original articles and links to a variety of points of views, Ann and Lisa identify the issues you need for your work, study, and research.
Scholars and practitioners contribute to the annual Research Volume to produce a prestigious collection of essays and articles for members of the labor and employment relations fields. Members may view and search all back issues of the Research Volume (1954 onward) online, or you may order print versions of the Research Volume through our partner Cornell University Press.
Perspectives Online Companion
In 2004, the first issue of Perspectives on Work Online Companion was posted at the LERA web site. The electronic publication featured mini-forums addressing timely issues of interest to the member community. Published each spring and fall, the Online Companion provides a complement to the print version of Perspectives.
The Insider blog will be concise snapshots of the labor AND management relationship, connecting seemingly disconnected workplace trends, practices, and research. From his vantage point as LERA content consultant for Perspectives on Work and the Employment Policy Research Network (EPRN), Mike Lillich, bridges many important areas.
The LERA Newsletter is a quarterly publication distributed to LERA members. The newsletter provides information about LERA programming, local chapters, membership issues, and ballots for elections. Members often share the newsletter as an example of the services LERA provides to members of our community.