Your Rights at Work: All You Need to Know about Workplace Law, and how to Use it to Protect Your Job
"This compassionate, practical guide is a must read for employees and employers alike."
-Jody Larimore, Human Resources Director, Northwest Region, Wells Fargo Bank
Take advantage of the workplace rules that protect you.
While it may seem that your employer holds all the cards at work, your have rights and legal protections that your employer must follow. It is important to understand the employment issues you face and how the interactions between employee and employer affect you.
Your Rights at Work guides you through the maze of regulations that concern you. It teaches you how to protect yourself and when to use the rights you are entitled to. Use the practical advice it gives along with the following features to get the most out of your job.
Frequently Asked Questions
Tips to Survive Discipline
Q and A on Settling Your Dispute
Taking Your Case to Court
Reporting Illegal Harassment
Handling a Termination
EEOC Office Directory
State Discrimination Enforcement Agencies
Hiring an Attorney
Plus much, much more
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