When does attempting to recruit a diverse group of applicants cross the line and become illegal discrimination?
Most experts say unemployment will rise slightly before it drops. So, if you’re thinking about hiring, should you wait and have more to pick from? Or is it smarter to beat the rush and snag what’s out there now?
You might think twice when you see a resume with a lot of jobs crammed into a short period of time. So how about an applicant who’s changed jobs once a week for almost a year?
Sometimes even managers’ best intentions can lead to big court battles. Example: when employers unwittingly discriminate in an effort to hire a diverse workforce.
Another victory for E-Verify supporters: A second lawsuit challenging last week’s requirement that government contractors use the system was thrown out by a federal court.
Companies that are hiring now should have a lot of talent to choose from. But just how much depends on where you’re located.
Heard of Workscore.com yet? You probably will soon, when applicants send you their “social resumes.”
There’s a lot of talk about how great Craigslist is for posting job ads. Now, more HR pros will be able to use it.
Warn managers: Some interview questions are always off limits. As this recent case shows, even when a candidate is hired, a manager’s comments could still come back to bite the company.