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5 Easy Steps to Prevent “Accidental” Discrimination When Hiring

Most hiring managers know not to rule out an older worker just for being older, or ask a female applicant her plans for having a family. But are you aware of the many other potential discrimination pitfalls when hiring new employees? Are you confident your hiring process treats every job seeker equally and fairly according to the various federal and state discrimination laws?

Watch this webinar to learn 5 simple steps you can take to keep yourself from discriminating by accident. Learn what you can say, do and ask at each stage of the hiring process to protect your own interests while staying within the law.​

Jaime Lizotte
Presented by: Jaime Lizotte,
HR Solutions Manager
Misclassifying workers is a risk your business can’t afford to take. Federal and state agents are monitoring the situation more closely and cracking down with bigger fines and penalties. At the same time, wage and hour lawsuits are on the rise, with many “salaried” employees recognizing they are non-exempt in the eyes of the law — and therefore owed overtime.
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