Book Title:

Your Rights in the Workplace (7th Edition) (Paperback)
by Barbara Kate Repa

Editorial Reviews:

New York Daily News

This book is a great resource on workers’ rights, covering everything from affirmative action to wrongful demotion.

Detroit News

An easy-to-use guide of employee legal rights, suggested strategies and resources.

Book Description

The most complete guide available to workplace laws, Your Rights in the Workplace is essential for every employee.

In plain English, the handbook covers your rights on the job, from hiring and getting paid through privacy and firing.

Learn everything you need to know about:

* illegal firings and layoffs

* challenging a job loss

* wages and hours, including overtime & leave

* privacy on your e-mail and voice mail

* family and medical leave

* on the job safety and health

* health insurance and retirement plans

* workplace testing

* sexual harassment

* sex, race and age discrimination

* discrimination against workers with disabilities

* unemployment, disability and workers’ compensation insurance

The 7th edition of Your Rights in the Workplace has been completely updated to provide current state and federal laws and regulations.

About the Author

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, Court TV, KFI and KGO radio and has been quoted in a number of publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today and more. Author of Avoid Employee Lawsuits, Your Rights in the Workplace and Sexual Harassment on the Job, Ms. Repa is an author and editor at Nolo. She has 20 years of experience working as a legal journalist covering workplace issues, and more recently, as a consultant on workplace discrimination. She currently lives in San Francisco.