Is it legal for your employer to fire you for writing a letter to the editor? Or for putting the 'wrong' candidate's bumper sticker on your car? If you answered no, prepare to be shocked.
Americans assume that their basic rights, such as privacy and freedom of speech, remain in force when they go to work. But what if your boss checked your personal e-mail to see if you were really working over the weekend? Or fired you after discovering you had a disease?
Workers' rights advocate Lewis Maltby shares dozens of stories of employees who have been fired or harassed unfairly-but legally. Consider:
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