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Case alert: Failure to interview disabled employee amounted to disability discrimination

In London Borough of Southwark v Charles, the EAT decided that the London Borough of Southwark (the "Borough") had failed in its duty to make reasonable adjustments when it refused to assess by other less formal means the...more

Abandon Random Acts of Interviewing — A Structured Process Is Worth the Effort

Law firms across the country once again are visiting law school campuses to interview students for much sought after summer associate or entry-level positions. A lot of time and effort will be devoted to this process, and...more

New Jersey Senate Bill Aimed at Protecting Job Applicants With Criminal History

Earlier this month, the New Jersey State Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee advanced a bill seeking to bar employers from inquiring about the criminal history of job applicants during initial interviews and on job...more

The City of Rochester Adopts a “Ban the Box” Ordinance

The City of Rochester recently unanimously enacted a “Ban the Box” ordinance, which prohibits employers from asking applicants about criminal convictions at any time before the employer has conducted an initial employment...more

Rhode Island Enacts "Ban the Box" Law Prohibiting Employment Application Criminal History Inquiries Until the First Job Interview

Effective January 1, 2014, a recent amendment to Rhode Island law will restrict the timing of pre-employment inquiries by Rhode Island employers about a job applicant's criminal past. Employers who are covered by the law may...more

Deja Vu

Litigation Value: Nothing for Pam, but I’m sure the Philly real estate employees have plenty of gripes....more

Corporate Law Report: Global HR, Textual Harassment, Working Interviews, and Other Workplace Issues [Video]

Our latest video report looks at the employment needs of global companies, textual harassment, working interviews, and other labor & employment law issues. This week we're focused entirely on workplace legal issues -...more

Are “Working Interviews” Legal?

One of my dental practice clients called this week to inquire about an idea they heard of recently called a “working interview.” The idea is to have an hygienist come in for a couple of days to find out whether they are good...more

Education Update, No. 1, January 2013: Making The Grade: Ensure Your School is Following Best Hiring Practices

The holiday break is over. Classes are back in full swing. For most schools across the nation, this is the time to evaluate current staffing needs and begin the recruitment and hiring process for the upcoming school year....more

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