Just like you judge candidates, they’re judging your company. Here are some things they don’t want to see.
States are falling in line to make it mandatory that employers use the federal online verification system to determine if new employees are eligible for employment in the United States.
Candidates reveal some of the silliest questions they’ve heard in interviews. We’ll have to guess at their times for the 40-yard dash when leaving the interview room.
A new survey says than 9 out of 10 supervisors have hired based on attractiveness. Could they all have gotten sued?
To get candidates thinking on their toes, some companies use oddball interview questions they couldn’t possibly have prepared for. Does it work, or just tick everyone off?
“Speed dating” has gotten some attention lately. Here’s a company that thinks the same quick-conversation technique can work for picking employees.
A new study shows that treatment based on job candidates’ and employees’ weight is a common form of bias. In most states, there’s no law against that – but here’s how it can get firms in trouble.
It’s not what you expect to see in a race discrimination case. But one company recently had to fork over $500,000 for failing to hire a white job applicant.
Professor Dumbledore never had this problem: A Florida substitute teacher says he was fired on accusations of wizardry.