Can your boss fire you for your politics?
An expose of the shocking ways that companies abuse employees’ fundamental rights and what you can do about it.
Can your boss fire you for:
- a bumper sticker on your car?
- smoking or drinking in your own home?
- what you write on your personal blog?
- refusing to answer questions about your sex life?
- If you answered “no”, prepare to be shocked.
Former ACLU Director of Employment Rights Lewis Maltby explains how the fundamental rights Americans take for granted disappear when you go to work, how you can protect yourself from some abuses, and the way our laws must be changed to protect our freedom.
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About the Author
Lewis Maltby, is president and founder of the National Workrights Institute and former Director of Employment Rights for the ACLU. He has testified before Congress many times on employment issues and appeared on 60 Minutes, Larry King Live, and Oprah. His views on employment law have been quoted in the New York Times, Washington Post, and other leading publications. He lives in Princeton, New Jersey.