It is exciting to be the chosen candidate for a new job, and the next step is reviewing your employment contract. Clear, concise language is very important in the drafting of an employment contract. As a potential new hire, you have rights to protect.
Contracts are essential for protecting small businesses, customers, employees and many others. Whether for employment purposes or for detailing business transactions, contracts should protect everyone involved. Unfortunately, contracts are sometimes called into question. This aspect of small business law can be extremely frustrating.
No matter what field or industry you are employed in, you should be able to report harassment, discrimination and employer wrongdoing without fear of retaliation. Unfortunately, this form of workplace discrimination still happens frequently in Wisconsin. Here are a few things you should know about retaliation, its causes and the common forms it takes.
Work can be stressful sometimes, and that is normal. When the stress becomes excessive, it can impact various aspects of your life, including your:
Finding employment after an arrest or criminal conviction can be difficult. Employers in Wisconsin generally run background checks on potential employees, and many will not hire people who have been convicted of certain crimes. When these individuals finally find gainful employment, suffering workplace discrimination because of that past can be especially painful.
The workplace is not always pleasant. Given that the average employee spends 30% of his or her life working, any issues can that arise at a job can be overwhelming. If you are dealing with stress or conflict at your job, you may not know how to deal with it.