Trouble at Work

It’s a book with answers; real help for workplace troubles

“I have a huge problem at work – it’s way complicated”

Where do you live? India, Ireland, USA, Scotland, or Singapore? It doesn’t matter which part of the globe you call home, because a serious workplace problem can totally wreck every important aspect of your life; your home and family life, your relationships, your health, your finances and of course your career.

Author of How to Beat Your Boss: The Workplace Survival Guide, T J McHugh, has helped hundreds of people with complicated workplace problems. Sharing the many case studies, problem-solving tools and tips will help you get your life back on track. Remember, you are not alone. Many others have experienced problems similar to yours; you can benefit from seeing how they have dealt with their situations.

So, there is a way forward, even when things look extremely bleak. You have already found the right place to start dealing effectively with your workplace problems. It’s all here in one comprehensive, easy-to-read book. This book will give you a jump-start in dealing with virtually any workplace problem.

But back to your problem. Please, don’t cheat yourself out of this opportunity; for a quite modest investment – less than you’d pay for a ten-minute consultation with a city lawyer – you can be getting the benefit of the huge accumulated wisdom that is offered in this valuable resource.

Employer allegations

What should you do if you have been accused of serious wrongdoing by your boss or employer? Some employers are completely unscrupulous, and some are reckless about making accusation of theft or other serious misconduct. If you are innocent, you need to know how to respond. If you have made a mistake or done something wrong, you also need to minimize the short-term and long-term harm that could result.

How should I respond to allegation of poor performance? This is another topic that is given the attention it deserves in the book.

Sexual harassment – Wrongly accused

A  worrying trend is that some workers are being targeted on trumped-up or exaggerated harassment allegations.  Many employers over-react very savagely to minor complaints, and a new class of victims has been one result. What can you do if you have been falsely accused? What if a co-worker makes a complaint?

COMPLAINTS AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

Organizational culture

A good test of a healthy organization is how it handles employee complaints.

Employers come in all shapes and sizes. And workplace culture can have a huge impact on employee satisfaction.

These factors can affect the quality of your working life. All employees should try to gain an understanding of these issues.

I want to make a complaint at work

“Should I make a complaint at all? Formal or informal? Where should I go first?”

How to Beat Your Boss: The Workplace Survival Guide answers these very loaded but frequently asked questions.  You will learn how to tell when a complaint will be a waste of your time; and what other options may be worthwhile instead.

Do I need a lawyer to deal with my work issue?

How to Beat Your Boss: The Workplace Survival Guidecontains pointers about selecting the right lawyer; about whether you even need a lawyer; and includes do-it-yourself ideas for those who are brave enough to give that a try.

I don’t have a problem at work right now, but one may come up soon

Imagine having your own employment lawyer on tap! Well, we can’t promise exactly that, but this book does contain theanswers to all the most frequently asked questions, for less than the cost of a ten minute consultation with a city lawyer.

Be one of the first to own this exciting new release. Orders are filled on a first-come first-served basis. Print runs are limited so order quickly to avoid going on a back-order list. You could be reading in just a few days’ time.

We have done our research – we don’t believe you will find another comparable book written by a fully qualified workplace lawyer anywhere in the world.