With the threat of employee lawsuits more real than ever
these days, you face risk every time you interview and hire an employee.
The laws are extensive and constantly changing. You must be careful and
deliberate or what you say and do when recruiting, interviewing and
selecting employees could be used against you. The solution: This audio
conference that puts up-to-date legal knowledge in the hands of those
who need it most—managers and supervisors on the front lines.
You can interview and hire effectively, wisely and, above all, legally
with the pertinent information you’ll gain in this one-hour session.
From avoiding implied promises to recognizing the legal pitfalls when
writing advertisements to asking legally safe questions during
interviews, this audio conference arms you with basic knowledge of the
hottest issues. Enroll in this audio conference and learn how to
make the difficult decisions you face when interviewing and hiring
people confidently and within the boundaries of the law.
Here’s a sample of what you’ll learn:
- 3 tips for avoiding discrimination suits stemming from unfair recruitment and selection practices
- How to avoid implied promises, offer letters and oral contracts that
can be considered legally binding and ultimately jeopardize a company’s
right to fire at will
- How to avoid the legal pitfalls unwary managers sometimes encounter when writing job descriptions and advertisements
- How to develop legally safe interview questions that allow you to focus on an applicant’s ability to perform job duties
- Proven—and legal—techniques for gathering accurate and candid
information when you’re conducting background checks on or verifying the
references of job candidates
Cancelation Policy: If you cannot attend an event, you may send someone else in your place. If that isn’t an option for you, cancellations received up to five working days before the event are refundable, minus a registration service charge ($10 for one-day events; $25 for multiple-day events). After that, cancellations are subject to the entire seminar fee, which you may apply toward a future seminar. Please note that if you don’t cancel and don’t attend, you are still responsible for payment.