Editor's Choice

All Items: Recruiting and Hiring

  • Summer 2019 Compliance Requirements Heat Up

    July 1 brings many new requirements with which employers must comply, covering topics such as gender-neutral restrooms, e-cigarettes, discrimination and harassment, minimum wage, leaves of absence and recruiting and hiring. This article provides an overview of trending topics in employment law and a list of all new requirements by state.

  • Coming Soon to XpertHR

    Details of selected new content that is due to be published on XpertHR.

  • Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Background Check Letters and Forms Added

    Date:
    April 24, 2019

    XpertHR has added letters and forms to assist an employer in conducting a background check with a third-party consumer reporting agency and complying with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

  • New Year and 88 New Compliance Requirements for 2019

    Date:
    December 7, 2018

    Year-end is a time typically focused on endings and for HR that means finalizing benefits enrollment, processing performance appraisals and completing payroll filings. But equally important is to prepare for new compliance requirements that will ring in the New Year.

  • Ban the Box

    One of the fastest-moving trends in employment law involves the plethora of "ban the box" laws affecting private employers that have sprouted up in many states and municipalities. These laws make it illegal to include criminal history questions on initial job applications.

  • Salary History Inquiry Bans

    Several states and municipalities have passed laws restricting an employer's ability to seek a job applicant's salary history during the recruiting and hiring process. XpertHR offers various tools and resources to assist an employer to comply with these salary history inquiry laws.

  • Drug and Alcohol Testing

    It is important for an employer to know what it can and cannot do when it comes to drug and alcohol testing. XpertHR offers a number of tools and resources to help.

  • Municipal Preemption

    Many states have passed laws that prohibit local governments from adopting, enforcing or administering an ordinance or local resolution on certain issues, such as minimum wage or employee leaves.

  • Equal Pay

    XpertHR offers many tools and resources to help an employer minimize the risk of an equal pay claim.

  • GINA

    Date:
    August 19, 2014

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Editor's Choice: HR and legal considerations for employers regarding recruiting and hiring.