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By Wayne N. Outten

This revised and up to date version of The Rights of staff and Union individuals is basically books in a single, combining past ACLU handbooks, one facing the rights of staff and the opposite with the rights of union participants. using an easy question-and-answer layout, the authors research intimately such subject matters because the employment dating, reimbursement and advantages, discrimination (including discrimination according to race, ethnicity, intercourse, faith, age, incapacity, AIDS, sexual orientation, and veteran and reservist status), the union office, and office protections. The guide presents quite correct information about the hiring approach, the correct to privateness, and incapacity discrimination and comprises appendixes on federal antireprisal statutes and criminal assets for employees.Written for each operating American, this e-book units forth person rights less than current legislations and provides feedback on how electorate can take steps to guard themselves. Like others within the sequence, this quantity was once built within the wish that americans, knowledgeable in their rights, might be inspired to workout them.

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Because of the central place our work occupies in our lives, the workplace may play a surprisingly large role in accomplishing objectives society finds important. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, accommodations must be made by employers and other employees to allow workers with disabilities to function effectively in the workplace. In the nation's war on drugs, the workplace often becomes a primary arena in which your activities may be monitored. Your employer may be the principal enforcer of laws regulating immigration.

Title : author : publisher : isbn10 | asin : print isbn13 : ebook isbn13 : language : subject publication date : lcc : ddc : subject : Page i Wayne N. Outten is a member of the law firm of Lankenau Kovner & Kurtz. His practice consists primarily of representing individual employees in employment matters. He is a founder and board member of the National Employment Lawyers Association and an active member of other bar associations and civil liberties organizations. S. District Judge Gus J. Solomon in Portland, Oregon.

Probably not. This practice could be deemed discriminatory if you could show that it caused you to be rejected (or if it caused a disproportionate number of applicants in your protected class to be excluded from the employer's workforce). After hiring, you may be required to submit a photograph for identification purposes. Page 14 Must I give my social security number? Yes. Nothing prohibits an employer or prospective employer from asking for or using your social security number at any time. If you do not disclose it as requested, the prospective employer may reject your application, but you will not have violated any law.

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