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The Employee Rights Handbook:
Effective Legal Strategies to Protect Your Job

From Interview to Pink Slip by Steven Mitchell Sack
Wins USA Book News The National “Best Books 2010” Award


NEW YORK, November 19, 2010 -- The Employee Rights Handbook: Effective Legal Strategies to Protect Your Job From Interview to Pink Slip by The Employee’s Lawyer® Steven Mitchell Sack (Legal Strategies Publishing 2010) was the winner of, the premiere online magazine and review website for mainstream and independent publishing houses, THE “BEST BOOKS 2010” AWARDS (BBA) in the Business: Reference category.

"It is a wonderful honor to be selected from a wide array of books throughout the United States," says Sack.

The Employee Rights Handbook, a must-read for any employee, was also cited as a finalist in the USA Book News Careers category. The book provides answers to all employment-related legal questions and empowers employees to make informed decisions when faced with a pink slip. is an online publication providing coverage for books from mainstream and independent publishers to the world online community. JPX Media, in Los Angeles, California, is the parent company of

A complete list of the winners and finalists of the National “Best Books 2010” Awards are available online at

The 640-page book retails for $39.95. Published by Legal Strategies Publications, chapters are helpfully divided into relevant headings, making it easy to find the information you are looking for. The book also contains valuable checklists, forms, sample contracts, a glossary, index, and numerous sample demand letters to send to enforce your rights. Easy to use, practical, and up-to-date, The Employee Rights Handbook provides all the essential information employees need to protect themselves and fight back whatever their job or industry. If you work for a living, you need this book. It is available at and all major bookstores.

Steven Mitchell Sack, The Employee’s Lawyer, maintains a private law practice in New York City. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Stony Brook University and Boston College Law School. Sack has been an advocate of the worker for more than 30 years. He has served as a commercial arbitrator on labor and breach of contract disputes for the American Arbitration Association and serves as general counsel for many sales associations.

Sack first became involved with his labor law expertise when his father, a commission salesperson, discussed the problems he and other sales reps faced. Sack, then in law school, became intensely interested in the plight of these workers. As part of an independent law school study program, he wrote The Salesperson’s Legal Guide, published by Prentice-Hall Press in 1981, which launched his career as a successful labor lawyer, radio host, and best-selling author of 19 books.

Steven has made frequent appearances on radio and television shows including Oprah, CNN, Fox News and CNBC. His comments on the rights of fired workers have been reported in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, BusinessWeek, and Fortune.