top of page
The AntiHR Roadmap to Understanding Your Workplace Rights

The AntiHR Roadmap to Understanding Your Workplace Rights

Discover Your Power with "The AntiHR Roadmap to Understanding Your Workplace Rights"

 

Welcome to AntiHR, where our mission is to empower employees, especially Black women professionals, with the knowledge and tools to confidently navigate and assert their workplace rights. As an HR consultant with over 30 years of experience and a licensed attorney in the District of Columbia, I understand the unique challenges and discrimination faced by employees in American workplaces. And it’s even harder when you are a person of color, especially a Black woman. That’s why I’ve created this comprehensive guidebook, "The AntiHR Roadmap to Understanding Your Workplace Rights”, to help you understand, protect, and leverage your rights at work.

 

***Please read the info below before purchasing.***

 

This is a pdf file that must be downloaded and no physical item will be shipped.

.

——————————

THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE

No information given in this communication, on my website, in my courses, or in consultations should be construed or interpreted as legal advice nor does it create a lawyer-client relationship. To determine if you are a victim of legally defined discrimination in your state or jurisdiction, consult a licensed attorney.

——————————

 

  • What's Inside

    This essential guide explores eight major federal laws that are the pillars of employee protection in the U.S. workplace. Each law is broken down into manageable sections that cover its significance, how it impacts your work life, and practical steps to assert your rights. Here’s a sneak peek into what you’ll find:

     

    • Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)
    • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
    • Equal Pay Act
    • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
    • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
    • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
    • Occupational Safety and Health Act
    • Whistleblower Act
    • Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act (MSPA)
    • Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act

     

    These laws collectively ensure fair treatment, equality, and safety in your workplace. Understanding them is crucial for advocating for yourself effectively.

     

     Why This Guidebook is for You

     

    If you’re a Black woman professional feeling overlooked, undervalued, or discriminated against, this eBook is your essential resource. Learn how to recognize when your workplace rights are being violated and gain the confidence to take action. This guide will empower you to:

     

    • Identify Discrimination: Understand the subtle and overt forms of discrimination that may be affecting you.
    • Assert Your Rights: Learn the steps to assert your rights and seek fair treatment.
    • Negotiate Your Exit: Discover strategies to leverage your rights for a negotiated separation with severance if you choose to exit your job.
    • Enhance Your Knowledge: Gain in-depth insights into each federal law that protects you.

     

     Who Will Benefit from This eBook?

    - Employees Seeking Empowerment: Anyone who wants to understand and assert their workplace rights effectively.

    - Individuals Facing Discrimination: Those who need guidance on how to recognize and respond to unfair treatment.

     

     Why Choose AntiHR?

     

    With decades of experience in HR and legal expertise, I provide employee-focused advice that goes beyond traditional HR consultancy. My approach is about championing your rights and helping you navigate the complexities of the workplace with confidence and clarity.

     

     Get Your Copy Today

     

    Empower yourself with the knowledge to protect your rights and transform your work life.

     

    Download "The AntiHR Roadmap to Understanding Your Workplace Rights" now and take the first step towards a more confident and assertive you.

     

    ***Please read the info below before purchasing.***

     

    This is a pdf file that must be downloaded and no physical item will be shipped.

     

    DISCLAIMER:

    No information provided in this Journal should be construed or interpreted to be legal advice neither does any information create a lawyer-client relationship.

    If you wish to determine whether you are a victim of legally defined discrimination in your state or jurisdiction, consult a licensed attorney promptly.

     

    PDF File Format

     

     

$24.99 Regular Price
$19.99Sale Price
Product Page: Stores_Product_Widget
bottom of page