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Hiring compliance with Salary History Ban, FCRA, Ban the Box etc.

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 Watch RECORDED Session both for Just $99

 

Recorded On: August 30, 2019

Training Duration: 90 Minutes

Access any day, anytime, unlimited times as per your convenience*


 

HR is responsible for getting it right when hiring candidates.  However, the employment laws have gotten so complicated now, that HR must brush up on those employment laws and how they impact hiring in the workplace. More and more states are passing new laws that impact hiring and what HR can and cannot do.  For instance, in many states and municipalities it is now unlawful to ask a candidate about past salary history.  An HR professional that gets this wrong could cause significant liability for his/her company HR needs to have a better understanding of the legal issues that can hurt you when interviewing  such as what you can lawfully ask a candidate and what questions you should avoid at all costs.  What about the job description and using it during the interview to help the candidate better understand the job for which they are applying.  What legal considerations do you need to know regarding what the job description should contain.  Are there FLSA issues such as understanding whether the position for which you are hiring will be classified as exempt or non-exempt. You also need to know whether to conduct a background check and compliance requirements of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.  Offer letters also often trip up HR so you need to be aware of what to include in an offer letter and what to avoid.  The nightmare of HR’s world is completing the I-9 form so it is important to become more familiar with how to complete it correctly.  The EEOC has made clear that it is focused on GINA enforcement and therefore HR needs to have a better handle on the legal requirements of GINA when conducting pre-employment physicals. 

 

 

Session Highlights-

  • Essential information to include on the employment application
  • What you can and cannot ask during the interview
  • State laws prohibiting questions regarding past salary history
  • Background Checks and how to ensure compliance with the FCRA
  • Ban the Box laws and the EEOC Position on Refusal to Hire based on Prior Convictions
  • Offer Letters
  • Job Descriptions
  • I-9 Forms
  • At Will Employment and Avoiding Implied Contracts
  • Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Classifications
  • Avoiding GINA issues in Pre-Employment Physicals

 

 

Why you should attend-

Hiring can trip HR managers up and cause significant legal perils.  This webinar will provide an in-depth overview of what HR needs to be aware of when hiring candidates.  HR will be instructed on how to avoid discrimination claims, the legal language that should be included on any employment application, how to comply with ban the box laws and recent legislation in many states prohibiting employers from asking about past salary history.  This webinar is a must for all HR professionals, business owners, legal counsel, managers, etc

 

 

Who should attend-

  • HR Professionals
  • Managers
  • Hiring Managers
  • Recruiters
  • Legal Counsel
  • Business Owners

 

In this Recorded Sessionyou can listen to Q&A which includes direct answer from our expert speaker.

*Instruction kit to access the session will be emailed within 6 hours.

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