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Managing within the Law: Interviewing and Hiring Training Course

HRdirect has partnered with Clear Law Institute to offer a special online course that teaches practical skills for lawfully and effectively interviewing applicants for hire or promotion. This course is perfect for human resource professionals, supervisors and managers, as well as any non-supervisory employee involved in the hiring process.


Anyone taking the course will learn how to:

  • Effectively interview applicants to determine their qualifications for the job using behavioral-based interviewing techniques
  • Avoid unlawful or poorly phrased questions and comments during the interview
  • Select the best candidate and properly document the selection
  • Effectively interview applicants using behavioral-based interviewing techniques
  • Avoid unlawful or poorly phrased questions and comments during the interview
  • Select the best candidate and properly document the selection


Pricing shown below is per seat/employee and requires an annual renewal.

This product is non-refundable and is not eligible for discounts.

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The best way to learn is by doing. Through a series of scenarios and interactive exercises, users learn practical skills for conducting effective and lawful interviews and for properly documenting their interviews and hiring decisions. Two of the interactive exercises from the course are described below:
  • Interview Critique
    • One of your colleagues, Kelsey, recently interviewed an applicant for an open administrative assistant position. You watch the interview and decide if any of Kelsey’s questions or comments was potentially unlawful, or lawful but poorly phrased. For example, a few of Kelsey’s questions are listed below. Can you identify which ones are inappropriate and why?
    • Can I ask you how to pronounce your last name?
    • Why don’t you tell me a little about yourself?
    • My sister went to Lexington High School also. What year did you graduate?
    • Are you a US Citizen?
    • Would you describe yourself as an organized person?
    • Have you ever been arrested or convicted?
    • Will your spouse be able to look after your children when you travel?
    • Have you ever used drugs?
    • How much are you making at your current job?

  • Note taking
    • Well-taken interview notes allow you to later compare the strengths and weaknesses of each candidate. They can also help your decision to not hire a particular applicant if you are ever sued. However, inappropriate, or poorly written notes can be used against your organization in a subsequent lawsuit. In this section, you are asked to critique Kelsey’s interview notes.

 

 

Each course:

  • Can be accessed anywhere, anytime on a computer, tablet, or smartphone
  • Is available in English, French or Spanish
The best way to learn is by doing. Through a series of scenarios and interactive exercises, users learn practical skills for conducting effective and lawful interviews and for properly documenting their interviews and hiring decisions. Two of the interactive exercises from the course are described below:
  • Interview Critique
    • One of your colleagues, Kelsey, recently interviewed an applicant for an open administrative assistant position. You watch the interview and decide if any of Kelsey’s questions or comments was potentially unlawful, or lawful but poorly phrased. For example, a few of Kelsey’s questions are listed below. Can you identify which ones are inappropriate and why?
    • Can I ask you how to pronounce your last name?
    • Why don’t you tell me a little about yourself?
    • My sister went to Lexington High School also. What year did you graduate?
    • Are you a US Citizen?
    • Would you describe yourself as an organized person?
    • Have you ever been arrested or convicted?
    • Will your spouse be able to look after your children when you travel?
    • Have you ever used drugs?
    • How much are you making at your current job?

  • Note taking
    • Well-taken interview notes allow you to later compare the strengths and weaknesses of each candidate. They can also help your decision to not hire a particular applicant if you are ever sued. However, inappropriate, or poorly written notes can be used against your organization in a subsequent lawsuit. In this section, you are asked to critique Kelsey’s interview notes.

 

 

Each course:

  • Can be accessed anywhere, anytime on a computer, tablet, or smartphone
  • Is available in English, French or Spanish

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