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Have you been demoted at work? Discriminated against? Fired? Your boss doesn’t want you to know your legal rights. That’s because anti-worker groups recently got a court order saying businesses don’t have to display the familiar employee rights poster at the office.
If you’re an Internet junkie who just happens to be looking for a job, be careful what you put online because job recruiters and potential employers are checking the Internet to see what is out there about you! Although some may question an employer’s ethics in delving into a potential employee’s private life, such conduct is not illegal.
Looking for a new job? Here’s a handy checklist to help you find and land your dream job.
Workers trying to organize a union at a Connecticut museum have accused their bosses of unfair labor practices in a complaint filed with the National Labor Relations Board, the federal agency that oversees U.S. union activity. According to the complaint, museum administrators were illegally working against employees’ efforts to unionize. The law prohibits bosses from taking other action to actively stop union organizers.
Kids can be mean … and adults can be even meaner. Some studies indicate that workplace bullying affects nearly half of the U.S. workforce, but is most often unreported and unresolved.