Links Policy

The following outlines policies for linking to the Workplace Fairness (WF) website and requesting a link on the WF website.
  • We appreciate your telling others about our website. You are welcome to provide a hyperlink from your site to ours provided such links do not imply endorsement by us or any affiliation without our specific written permission.
  • We cannot guarantee a reciprocal link in every case, as certain sites may not meet our criteria for posting links as described below.
  • Advance permission is not required for a simple link to our homepage. However, we ask that you link to our site using only the following URL:
  • We reserve the right to change web pages at any time without notice, so we recommend you link only to our main page and do not link to other pages on our site. If you choose to link to other pages, you must continuously verify your links to those pages.
  • We always appreciate a note telling us of new links to our site. Send link information via our contact form.
  • Please do not capture our pages within your frames or otherwise present our content as your own. Any link to our site should be a link that passes the client browser to our site unencumbered. The BACK button should return the visitor to your site if the visitor wishes to back out. Although all content on our site is public information, Workplace Fairness maintains and will defend a copyright interest in these pages.
  • If you would like to publish Workplace Fairness content on our law firm or workers’ rights organization website, we offer annual website content licenses and website development through our suite of products.
  • Your site must provide quality content that would be of interest to our visitors and must not contain pornographic verbiage or graphics.
  • Our organization was formerly known as the National Employee Rights Institute (NERI), with its website located at; we ask that in all future references to our organization that you use our current name, Workplace Fairness, and website address: Please update any outdated links to NERI or the old website address. We appreciate your notifying us if you encounter any outdated links elsewhere on the web.
  • Links to local, state and federal agencies related to our mission to provide information, education and assistance to individual workers and their advocates nationwide and/or promotes public policies that advance employee rights.
  • Links to nonprofit organizations related to our mission.
  • Links to nonprofit attorney referral services. Links to commercial attorney referral services are included at our discretion only. We only link to individual attorney or law firm websites through our Find an Employment Attorney service, which offers free basic listings and paid premium listings to attorneys who primarily represent workers in employment cases.
  • Links to other authoritative sources of employment law information of interest to our visitors.
  • Links to only those commercial sites that we deem to contain information and/or a purpose that furthers our mission. We generally prefer not to link to websites that are solely commercial in nature.
  • Links to commercial sites operated by entities that are official sponsors of Workplace Fairness events or programs.
  • Note: If only part of a site contains relevant information, Workplace Fairness will link to that section of the site.
  • The frequency of requests for adding such a link.
  • The stability and trustworthiness of the site.
  • The quality and usefulness of the information.
  • The value of exchanging links with your company or organization, which should be readily ascertainable from the theme expressed at your site.
  • The Workplace Fairness website does not enter into reciprocal link agreements. We provide links to sites that are appropriate to our mission.
  • Our creation of a link to your site does not obligate you to provide a link back to us, but you are, of course, welcome to do so.
  • We always appreciate a note telling us of new links to our site. Send link information via our contact form.
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Madeline Messa

Madeline Messa is a 3L at Syracuse University College of Law. She graduated from Penn State with a degree in journalism. With her legal research and writing for Workplace Fairness, she strives to equip people with the information they need to be their own best advocate.