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You Could Be Fired for Reading This Book

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Zusatztext "It's hard for a person with a job-related legal problem to know what to do. Solomon gives the average person sound advice that is easy to understand and fun to read. If you're thinking about suing your boss! the first thing you should do is buy this book." --Lewis L. Maltby! President! National Workrights Institute; former director of the ACLU's National Taskforce on Civil Liberties in the Workplace Informationen zum Autor GLENN SOLOMON has 20 years of experience in employment and civil rights law, mostly representing lower- and middle-income clients. He also has considerable experience defending employers. Before beginning private practice, Solomon served as a clerk to a justice of the Oregon Supreme Court. Klappentext It's true. You can be fired from your job at any time! with or without warning for a false reason! a mean reason! a reason that is unfair or even capricious! just about any reason at all. In fact! you could be fired for reading this book. Employment law attorney Glenn Solomon explains that the overwhelming majority of working Americans are employed 'at will." They are hired-and can be fired-at their employers will. While there are a few specific kinds of discriminatory termination (based on age! sex! race! etc.) prohibited by law! it is difficult to prove such discrimination in court. Solomon argues that the at-will rule is inherently unjust! since it leaves the livelihood of most Americans subject to their employers' whims. How can you fight back? Solomon details: Four exceptions to the at-will rule: how effective are they! and how can you take advantage of them Your rights under the current system: how to make the most of them! including what to consider when deciding whether or not to sue your employer and what to expect if you do and An alternative to the at-will rule that protects the rights of both workers and employers. Zusammenfassung It's true. You can be fired from your job at any time! with or without warning for a false reason! a mean reason! a reason that is unfair or even capricious! just about any reason at all. In fact! you could be fired for reading this book. Employment law attorney Glenn Solomon explains that the overwhelming majority of working Americans are employed 'at will." They are hired-and can be fired-at their employers will. While there are a few specific kinds of discriminatory termination (based on age! sex! race! etc.) prohibited by law! it is difficult to prove such discrimination in court. Solomon argues that the at-will rule is inherently unjust! since it leaves the livelihood of most Americans subject to their employers' whims. How can you fight back? Solomon details: Four exceptions to the at-will rule: how effective are they! and how can you take advantage of them Your rights under the current system: how to make the most of them! including what to consider when deciding whether or not to sue your employer and what to expect if you do and An alternative to the at-will rule that protects the rights of both workers and employers. Inhaltsverzeichnis Preface Disclaimer Introduction The Problem: Vulnerability and Economic Dependency Chapter 1 The Basic Rule and What's Wrong with It Chapter 2 The Four Current Exceptions to the At-Will Rule Chapter 3 The Contract Exception: The Fundamentals of the Employment Relationship and the Union Chapter 4 The Public Sector: The Largest Exception to the At-Will Rule and a Working Model for Private Enterprise Chapter 5 Equal Shmeequal! :The Illusory Civil Rights Exception and the Myth of Illegal Discrimination Chapter 6 The Public Policy Exception: Protecting the Good Citizen on the Job Chapter 7 Some Personal Employment Rights: Nibbling Away at the At-Will Rule Chapter 8 After the Waltz Is Over: Some Contract...

Autorentext

GLENN SOLOMON has 20 years of experience in employment and civil rights law, mostly representing lower- and middle-income clients. He also has considerable experience defending employers. Before beginning private practice, Solomon served as a clerk to a justice of the Oregon Supreme Court.



Klappentext

It's true. You can be fired from your job at any time, with or without warning for a false reason, a mean reason, a reason that is unfair or even capricious, just about any reason at all. In fact, you could be fired for reading this book.
Employment law attorney Glenn Solomon explains that the overwhelming majority of working Americans are employed 'at will." They are hired-and can be fired-at their employers will. While there are a few specific kinds of discriminatory termination (based on age, sex, race, etc.) prohibited by law, it is difficult to prove such discrimination in court. Solomon argues that the at-will rule is inherently unjust, since it leaves the livelihood of most Americans subject to their employers' whims.
How can you fight back? Solomon details:
Four exceptions to the at-will rule: how effective are they, and how can you take
advantage of them

Your rights under the current system: how to make the most of them, including
what to consider when deciding whether or not to sue your employer and what to
expect if you do and

An alternative to the at-will rule that protects the rights of both workers and
employers.



Inhalt
Preface
Disclaimer
Introduction The Problem: Vulnerability and Economic Dependency
Chapter 1 The Basic Rule and What's Wrong with It
Chapter 2 The Four Current Exceptions to the At-Will Rule
Chapter 3 The Contract Exception: The Fundamentals of the Employment Relationship and the Union
Chapter 4 The Public Sector: The Largest Exception to the At-Will Rule and a Working Model for Private Enterprise
Chapter 5 Equal Shmeequal! :The Illusory Civil Rights Exception and the Myth of Illegal Discrimination
Chapter 6 The Public Policy Exception: Protecting the Good Citizen on the Job
Chapter 7 Some Personal Employment Rights: Nibbling Away at the At-Will Rule
Chapter 8 After the Waltz Is Over: Some Contract Related Matters (Herein of Non-Competition Agreements, Good Faith and Fair Dealing, and Misrepresentation)
Chapter 9 The Litigation Process: Here is How
Chapter 10 Damages: What You Can Get
Chapter 11 To Sue Not to Sue: Some Considerations
Chapter 12 End to the Insanity--The Model Employment Termination Act
Appendix A Employment Contract
Appendix B Some Useful Contacts
Index
About the Author

Produktinformationen

Titel: You Could Be Fired for Reading This Book
Untertitel: Protect Your Employment Rights
Autor:
EAN: 9781576752555
ISBN: 978-1-57675-255-5
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Random House N.Y.
Genre: Arbeits- & Sozialrecht
Anzahl Seiten: 216
Gewicht: 259g
Größe: H214mm x B142mm x T15mm
Jahr: 2004