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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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Dan Esberg wanted to cash in on his company's educational assistance program. The company paid Esberg $16,000 for his bachelor's degree after he had turned 50. But when Esberg decided to ...
Calvin Keeler started as a senior vice president overseeing 85 employees. He earned bonuses exceeding $30,000 while enjoying a large office. Within a few years, he had been downgraded to a ...
Branford Dodoo, an African-American, was continually passed over for advancement at his place of employment. In one case, a promotion went to a younger white male who had been with ...
Charles Cohen says he walked out of a job interview with an oral offer for a new job with an e-business service provider, a company that did work for his current ...
A blizzard of new regulations affecting businesses came out in the final days of the Clinton administration. The new ergonomic rules may be the most expensive in ...
No union, no problem. Right? Not really. Even if your company isn't unionized now, you can't afford to be oblivious. Just ask Amazon.com. In the thick of the holiday shopping ...
Business is booming and you're adding staff. Along with those new workers, you may be picking up an alphabet-soup of new legal burdens that grant new rights to your employees, ADA ...
I’m job hunting, and I’m a big believer in interviewing for virtually any job that I’d even slightly consider.
I am not a nasty person. But have I been nasty at specific times? Yes.
You’ll bowl over hiring managers by researching their companies so that you can mention three positive facts about their operations.
About a third of job seekers lie on their applications, according to John Reed & Associates, a Chicagobased consulting firm.
Nancy Houser suffered a severe elbow injury at work, making it impossible to use that arm for lifting in her warehouse job. The company transferred her to greeting visitors ...
Because a temporary staffing agency wanted to protect its investment in recruiting and hiring temps, it made its temps sign restrictive covenants preventing ...
Although Congress has debated the idea, no federal law specifically prohibits job discrimination based on an employee or applicant's sexual orientation. Employees ...
Under a new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission settlement, a group of valet/bellmen will collect $120,000 each from the upscale California hotel ...
Federal employment laws protect workers from cradle to grave, but in very different ways. For young workers, the law prevents them from performing dangerous ...
When making an employment decision (such as firing, hiring, demotion), it's important for your words and actions to be consistent with your true reasons. It's equally vital ...
Based on an oral offer from a hospital's interim CEO, James Greisi accepted a job as a physical therapy manager. A few days later, Greisi received a written offer ...
Courts say your company has a responsibility to keep workers and customers safe from dangers that it can "reasonably anticipate." With nearly 2 million assaults ...
The frantic competition for workers has caused many companies to become lax about screening job candidates. That's not smart. Liars, thieves and violent criminals ...
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