Women’s legal rights pertaining to jobs and job opportunities have changed significantly during the past two decades. But many women are still uncertain about their job rights and about protection and assistance offered to them under federal and state law.
A Working Woman’s Guide to Her Job Rights is an important U.S. government publication that describes women’s legal rights as they apply to employment and retirement in detail. This guide covers training and promotion opportunities, sex-based wage discrimination, sexual harassment, maternity leave, tax credits for child and dependent care, retirement, social security, pension beneifts and more. Guidelines on what to do if your rights are being denied or violated are provided along with samples of official complaint forms.
A Working Woman’s Guide to Her Job Rights has been prepared especially for today’s working woman in public as well as private employment. Employers and supervisors also will find this fact-filled guide to be invaluable in their day-to-day dealings with employees.
To order, send a check for $7.50 payable to Federal Reprints to Federal Reprints, P.O. Box 70268, Washington, D.C. 20024.