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Know the Company Policy & Your Rights:

Taking action without knowing the company policy and your legal rights could end up backfiring. Smith advises referring to your company or employee handbook first. “Find the policy around dealing with conflicts through mediation and arbitration to know the process they want you to follow,” she says. If you work in a large company that information is typically available via their Website or the human resources department. However, if you work for a smaller or mid-sized company Smith notes that you may want to delay going to HR they aren’t always confidential in such situations. Instead, review your new hire paperwork first to see if you overlooked key handouts. Finally, knowing the company policy is not enough since you also want to make sure you have the law on your side should matters become too severe. “You should get counsel from a free legal aid service to understand employment law,” Smith adds. “Explain your situation and see what your rights are outside of your company’s policy.”

Know the Company Policy & Your Rights:

Taking action without knowing the company policy and your…

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