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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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More than one-quarter (28%) of employers are in the same boat.
What’s an HR department to do when faced with the challenge of recruiting, onboarding and training so many new hires?
A Commerce Department study finds that European companies with operations in the United States are running some of the nation’s most innovative apprenticeship programs.
A list of the most significant laws affecting private sector employers in California.
Another name has surfaced as a possibility to become Secretary of Labor when Donald Trump takes office in January.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is increasing filing fees associated with a significant number of immigration applications.
Almost half of surveyed employers say they have hired a veteran in the last year, but veterans are significantly less content with their jobs than last year.
The U.S. Department of Justice recently issued proposed regulations that make clear I-9 discrimination means treating people differently based on national origin.
As we approach the twilight of the Obama era and the dawning of the Trump administration, HR professionals are grappling with exactly what kind of changes to expect.
Some hiring practices common in the tech industry are illegal under federal anti-trust law.
If you haven’t recently reviewed your job applications and other employment-related forms, you may be risking a lawsuit.
For each new hire, employers must verify employment eligibility by reviewing original documents in person with the employee. But what if that new hire lives and works hundreds of miles away?
The millennial mindset is about making all aspects of their lives easier, faster, more flexible and more efficient. This mindset is transforming the way humans of all ages live and work, and thus shaking up how we run our businesses.
Sometimes, employers rely on informal processes to fill open positions. That can be dangerous unless you make sure all employees know about the process.
Retailers began their annual holiday hiring push in August this year, about a month earlier than usual.
A new employment eligibility verification form will be available by Nov. 23.
Fully 77% of HR managers have spotted an embellishment or outright lie on an applicant’s résumé, according to an annual CareerBuilder survey.
The Office of Foreign Labor Certification is expected to publish new regulations aiming to modernize the U.S. Department of Labor’s electronic permanent labor certification system.
While managers are typically a major part of the hiring and interview process, they’re often short on experience, confidence or time. Here are some tips to help managers get the most out of the process and possibly avoid litigation down the road.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed a $226,000 fine levied against a Minnesota staffing company for attesting to the validity of I-9 documents presented to a Texas staffing company.
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