This information-packed webinar explores the dos and don’ts of hiring, along with best practices to help ensure a quality (and compliant) hire. In just 75 minutes you will learn:
- How to avoid the ten most common and costly hiring mistakes made by managers
- Secrets of attracting quality candidates
- How to better define your candidate wish list, and time your job postings for best results
- Common pre-screening and testing snafus (including compliance no-no’s)
- Techniques to ace the interview (and ‘improper questions’ managers should never ask)
- Which tough questions managers should never skip
- How to avoid a work culture mismatch and use ‘debate’ techniques to test a candidate’s personality/work style fit
Plus, by the end of this power-packed session, you will know:
- Why single source hiring efforts fail, and how to cast a wider net while keeping costs in check
- Reference check mistakes many managers make, and the best legal options for obtaining the information you need
- How employment discrimination laws impact hiring decisions and processes, and tips to avoid non-compliance headaches
- What constitutes an ‘implied contract’ and how to avoid it like the plague
Product ID: 5622
Learn the Dos & Don’ts of Hiring, Along With Best Practices to Help Ensure A Quality & Compliant Hire!Order my recording now
Susan Gross Sholinsky
Member of the Firm, Epstein Becker Green
Susan Gross Sholinsky is a Member of the Firm in the Labor and Employment practice, in the New York office of Epstein Becker Green. She counsels clients on a variety of matters, in a practical and straightforward manner, with an eye toward reducing the possibility of employment-related claims. In 2013, New York Super Lawyers cited Ms. Sholinsky as a "Rising Star." including discrimination, wrongful discharge, harassment, and employment contract cases.
Nancy L. Gunzenhauser
Associate, Epstein Becker Green
Nancy L. Gunzenhauser is an Associate in the Labor and Employment practice, in the New York office of Epstein Becker Green. She counsels clients on compliance with EEO laws, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, worker classification issues, and other federal, state, and local statutes governing the workplace.
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