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According to Solomon, the "at-will" employment rule has undermined economic security and basic civil rights for decades. In this book he exposes it for what it is and tells workers how to maximize their job protection.
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Titel: You Could Be Fired for Reading This Book: Protect Your Employment Rights
Autor/en: Glenn Solomon

ISBN: 1576752550
EAN: 9781576752555
Sprache: Englisch.
BERRETT-KOEHLER

April 2004 - kartoniert - 150 Seiten

Beschreibung

According to Solomon, the "at-will" employment rule has undermined economic security and basic civil rights for decades. In this book he exposes it for what it is and tells workers how to maximize their job protection.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1. The Basic Rule and What's Wrong With It; 2. The Four Current Exceptions to the At-Will Rule: Two work, Two Are Hit-or-Miss; 3. The Contract Exception: The Fundamentals of the Employment Relationship and the Union; 4. The Public Sector, the Largest Exception to the At-Will Rule and a Working Model for Private Enterprise; 5. Equal Shmeequall: The illusory Civil Rights Exception and the Myth of Illegal Discrimination; 6. The Public Policy Exception: Protecting the Good Citizen on the Job; 7. Some Personal Employment Rights: Nibbling Away at the At-Will Rule; 8. After the Waltz is Over: Some Contract Related Matters; 9. The Litigation Process: Here Is How; 10. Damages: What you Can Get; 11. To Sue or Not to Sue: Some considerations; 12. An End to the Insanity: The Model Employment Termination; Act, Design for a Workplace Without Fear, Coming Soon to a Voting Booth Near You!

Portrait

Glenn Solomon has more than twenty years experience in employment 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 the Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court. Solomon is a graduate of Marlboro College and Northeastern University School of Law, and he has a graduate degree in Philosophy from the University of Ottawa. He has published articles on labor and economics in The Christian Science Monitor and The Oregonian.

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