Every employee's guide to the law: everything you need to know about your rights in the workplace--and what to do if they are violated

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Pantheon Books, 1996 - Law - 431 pages
The essential legal handbook for anyone looking for a job, holding a job, or thinking about leaving or entering the job market has been completely revised and updated to include new laws and regulations. Whether you work in an office, a factory, a small business, or at home, Every Employee's Guide to the Law covers the issues you may have to deal with, such as the interview: what questions you can and can't be asked; discrimination: up-to-the-minute revisions to laws dealing with race, sex, handicap, age, national origin, and religion; sexual harassment: how to define it and how to document it; your right to privacy: how electronic mail has led to the creation of new privacy legislation; minimum wage: the latest changes; worker's compensation: what you are entitled to in cases of work-related injury; and discipline and dismissal: what to do if you are suspended, laid off, or fired. Comprehensive and easy to read, Every Employee's Guide to the Law takes you through each step of the employment process, explaining everything you need to know about your rights as an employee.

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This work of popular legal reference is similar in approach to Dan Lacey's Your Rights in the Workplace ( LJ 2/15/92). Like Lacey, labor lawyer Joel presents an employee's legal rights from the ... Read full review

Contents

EPILOGUB UNIONS AND OTHER FINAL 331
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Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act
106
State Family and Medical Leave Laws
120
Copyright

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Joel is a labor lawyer in Connecticut. He has written a labor law guide for employers and publishers a regular update newsletter.

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