The Spinning Myths: How to Detect Strikes is a book by Erin Amari, a former labor investigator, undercovering it. This book provides a complete guide to finding and reporting workplace labor law abuses. It gives a comprehensive review of labor laws, how they are enforced, and how to spot and investigate abuses.
The book begins by addressing the legislative framework that governs labor law abuses. It outlines the various forms of employment legislation, the relevant regulations, and their enforcement. Amari then gives an overview of the most common labor law abuses, including minimum wage theft, overtime abuses, and workplace discrimination. She also covers the investigation process, the methods used to look at labor law abuses, and the remedies available to workers.
The second half of the book explores how to spot abuses. Amari gives an in-depth look at the techniques and tactics used to detect abuses. She covers everything from interviewing employees to using undercover surveillance tools. She also gives tips on how to conduct an efficient probe and how to properly record evidence.
The third part of the book explores how to handle abuses that have been revealed. Amari gives an example of the various types of remedies that may be available to employees, such as back pay, compensatory damages, and reinstatement. She also discusses the role of unions in labor law abuses and how to use them to your advantage when addressing misconduct.
Overall, Undercovering the Spinning Myths: How to Detect Strikes is an excellent resource for anyone interested in labor law abuses and how to deal with them. Amari gives a comprehensive review of the legal framework governing labor law abuses, as well as detailed advice on how to investigate and respond to them. The book is a must-have for union representatives, labour campaigners, and employers alike.