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    How Federal and State employment laws differ

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    Describing how the federal and state systems of government may or may not differ in their application of employment laws.

    Provide at examples of an employment protection that is provided by your state system, (Texas) but not by the federal system.

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    The first thing to remember in answering this problem is that the United states has a federal system - in that the states and the federal government have co-existing laws on many subjects.

    The federal government is one of limited powers however. If the federal government wishes to legislate on something it has to be within the power granted to it by the Constitution. In the area of employment, laws are often based upon Congress' ...

    Solution Summary

    A discussion of Federal and State employment laws is given. Examples of an employment protection that is provided by the Texas' state system but not the federal system is provided.

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