California Workers’ Comp
| Friday, February 27th, 2015
Imagine that you are repairing a roof and all of a sudden you are assaulted by ants. (Fun, right?) As you are trying to defend yourself against the tiny yet tenacious army, the rotting roof gives out, and you plummet through it.
When you think of fashion magazines, you may think of men and women wearing trendy clothes—and possibly posing in provocative ways. One Australian fashion magazine took the whole “provocative” angle a bit too far when recruiting interns.
Yesterday, we reviewed the good and the bad of pre-employment inquiries; today, we take a look at some of the just plain ugly questions that you should never even think of asking.
When a company first meets with a prospective candidate, it’s not just the interviewee who needs to be on his or her toes. Interviewers must be careful to ask the right questions, not just to ensure they’re making the right hire but also to avoid legal entanglements.