Fired? Afraid You Might Be?

Fired? Afraid You Might Be?

by J Thomas Spiggle

Are you seeking clarity and empowerment when it comes to workplace rights and legal recourse? Being wrongfully treated at work is extraordinarily painful and figuring how to respond is confusing.

And that before we get into the work of employment law. Employees who are fired, or are afraid that they might be, need help. That’s what this book is for, to give people a plain English understanding of the legal tools that they can use to get control of their career.

Through the story of Matt and Lynn - two fictional characters in the book who are consulting with an Employment lawyer - the reader can begin to demystify the legal process and understand how employment lawyers think. With that knowledge, the reader can chart a path with or without hiring an attorney. And if the reader decides to talk to a lawyer, that meeting will be even more productive with the real-world perspective provided by this book.

Navigating the turbulent waters of workplace injustice can be an agonizing ordeal and leaving individuals grappling with confusion and emotional turmoil. In such challenging times, the need for guidance is paramount, and that’s precisely what this book aims to provide.

In this book, you will learn:

That she is not powerless.

That there are many steps you can take to protect your rights that do not involve filing a lawsuit.

How to determine what your case is worth.

The parts of your case that might be more valuable to you than money that sometimes even judges and attorneys forget.

How to turn a temporary career set back into a launching pad for your career.

Empowering Your Employment is your comprehensive way to regain control of your career and find clarity amidst workplace injustices. It’s a must-read for anyone seeking justice and empowerment in the complex world of employment law. Get a copy now!




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