Interviewing and Selecting Job Candidates: Georgia
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: C. R. Wright, Fisher Phillips
- Georgia has laws prohibiting employment discrimination on account of disability, age, religion and criminal record. State employees are protected from discriminatory conduct as well. See Prohibited Discrimination.
- Private employers in Georgia generally may still consider an applicant's criminal record as part of the hiring process. See Criminal History.
- Georgia law calls for employers to include a "multiracial" classification on written forms and questionnaires that requests information on the racial or ethnic identification of job applicants and employees. See Multiracial Classification on Forms.
- Atlanta has requirements pertaining to interviewing and selecting job candidates. See Local Requirements.