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Hiring

When hiring employees, negligent hiring practices can doom the process. Learn from your colleagues’ successes – and avoid their pitfalls.

Smart interview questions, well-written job descriptions, and sharp interviewing result in hiring employees that work out well, AND make you look good in the process.

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Without admitting any wrongdoing, the Ohio state government has settled a religious discrimination suit brought by three former members of the Workers’ Compensation Council. The three workers will split $55,000, plus $15,000 in attorneys’ fees after they were fired in February by Council Director Virginia McInerney.

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has charged Tyson Fresh Meats with gender discrimination at its facility in Joslin. A DOL investigation revealed that Tyson’s selection system and procedures discriminated against women seeking entry-level positions at the plant.

Northbrook-based temp agency Paramount Staffing has agreed to settle a race and national-origin bias suit resulting from actions occurring at its Memphis office. The suit alleged Paramount refused to hire black applicants for warehouse positions, instead filling all the spots with Hispanic workers.

Disabled veteran Tracy Kendall’s odyssey in pursuit of an engineering technician job at Bay Pines VA Medical Center near St. Petersburg has taken him from mopping floors to the home of the head of the Department of Veterans Affairs—but it still hasn’t landed him the job.
Q. How can the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act help us add staff?

Last year, U.S. employees filed the second highest number of EEOC complaints claiming they suffered discrimination at work. You know that U.S. anti-discrimination laws require treating all applicants and employees equally. But do your organization’s supervisors understand the relevant laws? Pass along this primer on federal anti-bias laws to make sure your compliance efforts start right on the front line.

If you’re a leader who employs a prima donna (one who produces great results but alienates everyone), what should you do? It’s simple. Bite the bullet and fire that person. Here are three reasons why you should:

Since January 2009, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have audited more than 3,200 employers suspected of hiring undocumented workers, which ICE says is more than the total amount of audits during the entire Bush administration.
Be ready to tell your manager how you’d like to grow professionally. In a recent survey, nearly half of all human resources managers say their No. 1 focus is continuing education for workers.
Year-end tax planning doesn’t have to be personal. Here are nine ideas for cutting taxes that are “strictly business.” Consider the following techniques for calendar-year companies:
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