Firing Without Fear: A Legal Guide for Conscientious Employers

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Nolo, 2000 - Law - 200 pages
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Repa helps make dropping the axe as evenhanded and fairminded as possible by explaining the laws, myths, and realities of firing an employee. The commonsense advice and pragmatic tips help bring civility to the process, and the book's clear explanations of the laws help define legal dos and don'ts. Illustrations.

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Contents

B THE FINGERPOINTER
3-6
THE BRAGGART
3-7
B VALID REASONS FOR FIRING
4-4
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Barbara Kate Repa is an expert on employment rights who has more than 20 years of experience as a legal journalist and author covering workplace legal issues. She has also been a mediator and a consultant on workplace discrimination. She has been a guest on national radio and television including The Today Show, ABC News, NPR, CNBC, Court TV, KFI and KGO radio and has been quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today and other publications.

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