Illegal Hiring QuestionsÂ Even if an employer naively asks a certain question with no intention to discriminate, it could form the basis of a discrimination claim if the particular candidate is not hired.
Interview Questions Do's and Don'tsÂ An employer must avoid asking questions that might indicate discrimination against certain individuals even if that was not the employerâs intent.Â
Items to Include as Part of Your Application for EmploymentÂ There are so many questions that employers are not allowed to ask potential employees, how do you know what information you can request on an employment application? Read on for items that should be part of your application for employment.
Items to Include In Your Hiring Package Even if your business isn't quite ready for a personnel department, it is a good idea to put together a hiring package that will form the basis of each new employee's personnel record.
Obtaining A ReleaseÂ A release is an agreement between an employer and its former employee where the former employee agrees not to file suit against the employer in exchange for some benefit provided by the employer.
Reasons To Contest Unemployment ClaimsÂ What should you do if a fired employee makes an unemployment claim â contest it or forget about it? The answer really depends on your reason for firing the person and whether or not you can defend it.
Employee or Independent Contractor?Â In order to determine whether someone who does work for you is an employee or an independent contractor, you need to evaluate several factors regarding your relationship with the worker.
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