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“A tremendously valuable resource for employment law practices and human resources in entities of all types.” – Legal Information Alert

The hiring and firing of employees is an area fraught with legal peril. This timely, comprehensive guide helps you minimize risk at every stage, from advertising a job opening and screening applicants through termination and exit procedures.

When does asking about an applicant's background violate civil rights law? When can failure to ask certain questions lead to liability for “negligent hiring”? What are the notice requirements when laying off employees? Hiring and Firing addresses these questions and many more. Topics include: laws regulating advertising and recruiting; employment applications; the pre-employment interview; background checks; pre-employment aptitude and intelligence tests; job offers and rejections; employment agreement clauses; termination for cause; layoffs; voluntary separations; exit interviews; and post-termination benefits.

Throughout, it contains citations to federal, state and local statutes and case law to help you analyze questions no matter where you are located. Packed with legal and practical advice — including a “termination checklist” — this is the first book you should consult when adding staff or downsizing

Book #00697; looseleaf, one volume, approximately 684 pages; published in 2009, updated as needed; no additional charge for updates during your subscription. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN: 978-1-58852-159-0

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