You Be the Judge™ II

Conducting a Legal Interview

National Best-Seller! Managers within your organization may well understand the importance of avoiding obvious discriminatory interview questions. But what if a manager asks a discriminatory question unintentionally? The principles of legal and effective interviewing are presented in this Law & Order-style program, find out the interview no-no's, side-step the legal landmines, and conduct a fair and effective interview.

Learning Paths & Details

Competencies

  • Developing Core Leadership Skills
  • Ensuring Professional and Compliant Behavior

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DVD $995.00

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Training Files (4)

TitleTypeTime/PagesLanguage
Full Video23:10 min EnglishDemo
You Be the Judge II
As Produced Script
Workshop Material34 pages EnglishDemo
You Be the Judge™ II
Workshop PowerPoint
Workshop Material12 pages EnglishDemo
Workshop Material41 pages EnglishDemo

Additional Information

Be confident that each manager in the organization is conducting interviews that are defendable in court. Because discrimination can occur without a manager even knowing it, this program reinforces the importance of following a structured interview plan in an effort to avoid spontaneous comments or questions that could steer into the job applicant’s personal life.


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