5 Common Hiring Practices that Could Get You Sued
It may be obvious. never ask an applicant's age, religion, race, marital status or birthplace. Avoiding these hiring questions is something we all learned in HR101, but not every hiring mishap is so apparent. Here are five of the most common
risky practices to steer clear of in your organization.
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What You Don't Know CAN Hurt you!
It has always been the case that candidates who aren't working are at a disadvantage. The hiring manager often believes the unemployed candidate's work-skills are lagging.
Thinking this isn't against the law, or is it?
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