A Manager's Guide to Reviewing Resumes and Handling References

 

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A Manager's Guide to Reviewing Resumes and Handling References

Are you charged with the responsibility of obtaining accurate information on employee candidates?

Investigating possible discrepancies in applications and résumés can be the key to success in finding the right applicant and steering your organization toward success.

Fortunately, there's a resource you can use to get reliable information and tips on the best vetting process.

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Dear Management and Hiring Professional:

How do your skills measure up when it comes to handling pre- and post-interview issues associated with résumés and references? It’s crucial to know what to check on résumés, how to conduct a reference check and what you can and cannot ask on applications. And it’s not just your company’s bottom line at stake – wrong or negligent hiring practices are fertile ground for lawsuits that can result in hundreds of thousands or even millions in damages.

Do you ever wonder if the one thing you don’t know is the one thing that will trip you up and land you in court facing a disgruntled employee – and a judge?

Find out what else you need to know about best hiring practices in our convenient Guide Booklet, A Manager’s Guide To Reviewing Résumés and Handling References.
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A Manager’s Guide To Reviewing Résumés and Handling References is full of real-life examples, practical advice and suggestions to help you stay in compliance with privacy laws while enhancing the methods you use to identify the best candidates to interview and get them on board after your hiring decision.

This Guide Booklet is a quick read, but it’s full of information to help you be both fair and legal. It even includes a brief true-or-false “quickie quiz” to keep you on the right path!

Order your copy of A Manager’s Guide To Reviewing Résumés and Handling References and find out:
  • A Manager's Guide to Reviewing ResumesThe four major items to focus on when reviewing a résumé – and which three red flag areas get companies in the most trouble when checking information or in an interview
  • What you can – and absolutely cannot – request on a job application
  • The eight essentials of a good job description
  • Which five items should be checked off every time you check a reference
  • How to handle discussing an applicant’s arrest record
  • Ways to avoid negligent hiring and potential lawsuits that may result when it happens
I want to develop the most practical
and efficient method of getting accurate
information on potential employees.
checkbox I'm looking forward to knowing more about how to keep my hiring in compliance – and finding the best human resources available. Send me my copy of A Manager's Guide To Reviewing Résumés and Handling References now!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Reading Between the Lines of Résumés and References
Quickie Quiz on Résumés and References
Before and After the Hiring Interview
Résumés Rate Review
Other Factors in a Résumé
What You Can and Can’t Request on an Application
Preparing Interview Questions
Job Descriptions
Judging Reasonableness of Reference Checking
Telephone References
Sensitive Reference-Checking Areas
Negligent Hiring
FCRA Facts
Defining Defamation
Technology Trap
Scenarios with Mistakes to Avoid; Strategies to
      Pursue

With this exclusive Guide Booklet, you’ll read about real-life scenarios and apply to them to your own hiring practices, and get a good general understanding or refresher in what and what not to do during the hiring process. And now this Guide is available to you at a special low rate – just $10.

A Manager's Guide to Reviewing ResumesDon’t let the low price fool you: This handy booklet is packed with information that could avert a lawsuit and keep you in compliance. Order your copy of A Manager’s Guide To Reviewing Résumés and Handling References today – and be a better hiring professional tomorrow!


Sincerely,

Pat DiDomenico

Pat DiDomenico
Editorial Director
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and efficient method of getting accurate
information on potential employees.
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We respect your privacy. 
P.S. Remember, there's absolutely no risk. If you don't see how this Guide Booklet improves your hiring process, we'll refund your entire purchase price – no questions asked – and you'll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. Keep your résumé reviews and reference checks accurate, efficient and in compliance. Get your copy of A Manager’s Guide To Reviewing Résumés and Handling References now!