Back in the 1950s, nearly a third of the American workforce belonged to a union.
When you signed up for your employee benefits, you may have glossed over the section on disability insurance. If you’re healthy, it’s tough to imagine ever being unable to work—even for a short amount of time. But disabilities can happen, and your workplace coverage may not be enough.
When you start a new job, you’ll probably be instructed to go to Human Resources (HR) if you ever experience any sort of harassment at work—but this path hasn’t always been the most useful one for employees.