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Mind The Gap: Why Interviewing To Find Out What You Don't Know Is So Important

Jack McCalmon

Jack McCalmon continues his series on impactful interviews. This week, Jack explains why omissions in employment history are valuable when looking for the perfect candidate. Read more...

 

Are Service Animals A Reasonable Accommodation For A Disability?

Jack McCalmon

The EEOC sued a company for disability discrimination that refused to hire a veteran who uses a service dog. Jack McCalmon examines the impact this decision may have on all employers. Read more...

 

Ask Leslie: How Do I Get New Employees To Dress Appropriately?

 

An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. how to manage new employees who don't dress appropriately for the workplace. Read more...

 

The ADA, USERRA And Service-Connected Disabilities: What Managers Should Know

Kirstin Heffner

Federal laws protect veterans with service-connected disabilities. What do managers and supervisors need to know about the risk of discrimination? Read more...

 

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The Question You Should Begin Every Interview With

Jack McCalmon, Esq. starts his series on the "must have" interview questions for applicants. Here is the question Jack thinks should start every interview.

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$20 Million Paid For Third Party Sexual Harassment Class Action: What Employers Should Consider

Sex harassment of 500 female employees by managers and inmates leads to a record-breaking settlement. Learn why class actions are particularly dangerous.

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Systemic Discrimination: How Neutral Policies Can Lead To Multi-Million Dollar Settlements

A financial employer reaches a settlement in a class action discrimination lawsuit. Read how to avoid systemic discrimination in your organization.

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