How do I report my boss?
If you wish to report a widespread violation of labor law by your employer or a violation affecting multiple employees, please contact LETF via phone, online lead referral form or email: Call the LETF Public hotline anytime: 855 297 5322. Complete the Online Form / Spanish Form. Email us at [email protected]
What was the best work advice I ever received?
Don’t be overly deferential or modify your statements with things like “I think” or “Maybe…” when you are talking to people who are in peers or are ranked higher in the organization. This advice was from my boss in my first corporate job after years in publishing, to encourage me to be more assertive.
What to do if an employee gives you a fit note?
A guide that explains what to do if an employee gives you a fit note and how you can use the note most effectively to help your organisation. This includes information on how you can support the employee back to work, as well as option for how to get more information.
What’s the best career advice no one ever told you?
Here are our best pieces of career advice no one ever told you: Venture outside of your comfort zone. View every person you meet as a door that may lead you to a new opportunity. Show up early. Think of yourself as a lifelong learner.
Is it helpful to listen to career advice?
Whether you are employed in your lifelong career or just starting on your career path, it can be helpful to read and listen to career advice. Helpful career advice can be used right away, inspire you to do something else or be kept in the back of your mind for another day when you truly need it.
What’s the best advice to give at work?
Praise publicly and criticize privately “Praise publicly, criticize privately. You will need, at some point, to get cooperation and work out of someone who does not report to you, whose boss does not take an interest in your work, whose department does not give a rat’s butt about your department.
Which is the best advice I ever got?
“The best advice I ever got was: Force rank the activities and people in your life. For example, maybe your kids are 1, parents 2, friends 3, employees 4 … boss 10. Then, work to ensure that your time and emotional energy expenditure are aligned with that ranking.
When to take legal action against your employer?
If your employer doesn’t seem to be taking your complaint seriously, or you are demoted or fired, consider whether to take legal action. In making this decision, you’ll need to take a close look at your motives]
Do you need to Know Your Rights when working for an employer?
Most companies want to stay within the law and avoid legal tangles. Unless you work for a truly uncaring and antagonistic employer, your situation is most likely the result of an oversight, a misunderstanding, or a lack of legal knowledge. Know your rights.