Your Rights in the Workplace

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Nolo, 2007 - Business & Economics - 528 pages
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An easy-to-read guide to the laws that protect you in the workplace!
"Your Rights in the Workplace "is the most complete guide to workplace laws ever published -- it's essential to any one who is an employees.
In plain English, "Your Rights in the Workplace" covers everything from hiring and getting paid through privacy and firing. Get the facts on:
illegal firings and layoffs
challenging a job loss
wages and hours
privacy on your email and voice mail
family and medical leave
on-the-job safety and health
health insurance and retirement plans
workplace testing
sexual harassment
discrimination
unemployment, disability and workers' compensation insurance
The 8th edition is completely updated to provide the latest legislation and case law that affects employees.

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Barbara Kate Repa is an attorney and expert on employment rights. She has been a guest on national radio and television including The Today Show, ABC News, NPR, CNBC, and Court TV. She has 20 years of experience working as a legal journalist covering workplace issues, and as a consultant on workplace discrimination. She currently lives in San Francisco.

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