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January 2020 Archives

Should I disclose my mental health condition to my employer?

Searching for a new job is stressful, even when unemployment is low, and you may find a new position quickly. One thing you may be concerned about is how a potential employer will react if a company knows you have a mental health condition, such as depression, PTSD or bipolar disorder. Will that stop you from being hired? 

Do at-will employees have any job protections?

If you are one of the many Detroit area workers who are not protected by a union, you more than likely are an at-will employee. You may not even realize you are an at-will employee though. Only employees who have signed a specific employment contract (often upper management or union members) are not at-will employees. This means that as an at-will employee, your employment can be terminated at any time, for nearly any reason.

There are many benefits of having an employment contract

While most employers understand the benefits of providing new hires with an employment contract, this doesn't necessarily hold true across the board. There will always be companies that want to skip this step for one reason or the next (all of which benefit them).

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