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Lori B. Rassas is an SPHR-certified employment attorney with nearly two decades of experience. She received an LL.M in Labor and Employment Law from New York University Law School; a JD from the George Washington University Law School; and a BA from Tufts University. Her first book, a textbook titled Employment Law: A Guide to Hiring, Managing, and Firing for Employers and Employees, lays out, in clear and concise terms, much of what she has learned about the legal rights and obligations of both employers and employees.

Her second book, The Perpetual Paycheck: 5 Secrets to Getting a Job, Keeping a Job, and Earning Income for Life in the Loyalty-Free Workplace was published in April 2015 and features on CNBC's Power Lunch.

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Lori B. Rassas Right now I am thrilled that my book The Perpetual Paycheck: 5 Secrets to Getting a Job, Keeping a Job, and Earning an Income for Life in the Loyalty-…moreRight now I am thrilled that my book The Perpetual Paycheck: 5 Secrets to Getting a Job, Keeping a Job, and Earning an Income for Life in the Loyalty-free Workplace will soon be released. I’ve been hard at work on this project for quite some time and I am confident that it will provide a unique and interesting perspective to the job search dialogue. I’m eager to share the information and see how readers react to it.

One of the keys to interviewing for a job in the loyalty-free workplace is understanding that, with regard to the position that needs to be filled, it’s not about your needs, but the needs of the company. That approach also comes in handy once it’s time to negotiate the terms of employment. For that reason, I am working on another book that shows readers how to negotiate a contract that gives you what you want, while also providing what the company wants.
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Lori B. Rassas I have wanted to write about the loyalty-free workplace for some time. As I started talking to people in all different phases of their careers, I almo…moreI have wanted to write about the loyalty-free workplace for some time. As I started talking to people in all different phases of their careers, I almost immediately learned that the learning curve was not nearly as steep as I had anticipated. I found myself giving the same advice to recent college graduates that I’d given to people who were changing their careers. Once you understand the nature of the loyalty-free workplace, it’s just a matter of making certain that everything you say and everything you do fits within those parameters. The advice I found myself giving over and over eventually became the secrets presented in this book. (less)
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