Legal Briefs™ Recruiting and Hiring: Promoting Diversity Legally

Protected Groups

Dealing with members of a federally-protected status group during the recruiting and interviewing process.

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TrainingBriefs® Avoiding Reverse Discrimination in Hiring

TrainingBriefs® Avoiding Reverse Discrimination in Hiring

New Micro-Learning! On paper, recruiting a new employee might appear to be a simple process. In reality, it’s an extremely complex process, and in every step of the way you need to be aware of certain legal implications. There are five common pitfalls in the recruiting and hiring process that you need to be mindful of; describing the job, dealing with protected groups, avoiding illegal questions, conducting legal reference check, and avoiding reverse discrimination. In this module, we will explore the topic of avoiding reverse discrimination.

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Issue: Promoting Diversity Legally
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