Webinar | Hiring: First Impressions Matter…and So Does Not Getting Sued – April 7, 2021
By | 03.9.2021 | Employment Law
Many HR professionals may be well-versed in current hiring practices, but there are often other employees of the company involved in interviewing candidates who are less knowledgeable or conscientious about what questions you can and cannot ask, on what information you can base hiring decisions, how and when diversity plays a role in the hiring process, and more.
Join us for an engaging discussion, Wednesday, April 7, 2021, from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. on best practices in hiring, including background checks, when and how employers can consider a candidate’s criminal history, prohibitions in asking about a candidate’s pay history, hiring employees in a remote environment (e.g., during a pandemic), and training interviewers to avoid unlawful and improper questions.
Hoge Fenton’s Employment Law team will demonstrate hiring best practices—as well as some very bad, but common practices—through scenarios and interactive discussion.
Who should attend: HR professionals, business owners, managers, corporate executives, and anyone responsible for hiring or recruiting personnel.
Continuing Education: 1.5 hours of MCLE, HRCI, and SHRM credits will be offered.
Our Employment Law Team
|Sarju Naran is a zealous advocate for his clients and approaches litigation with creativity and strategy. Chair of Hoge Fenton’s Employment Law Group, Sarju’s experience spans from representing middle-market and family-owned closely held businesses to large multi-national companies. He regularly litigates and provides advice and counsel to companies on wage and hour issues, trade secret misappropriation, employee mobility, wrongful termination, performance management, and leaves of absence.|
|Jenn Protas helps employers navigate California’s numerous employment laws and defends employers with an eye toward successful, yet cost-effective resolution. Jenn is a committed advocate for her clients and a tenacious litigator. She defends employers on matters related to wage and hour law, wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation in single-plaintiff litigation, Private Attorney General Act actions, and/or class actions. Jenn’s practice also includes housing discrimination matters and business litigation.|
|Maysa Saeed is an associate attorney in Hoge Fenton’s Employment Law Practice Group. Her practice focuses on employment counseling and litigation and assists clients in all aspects of employment law. Prior to joining Hoge Fenton, Maysa was a litigation associate with experience litigating various commercial, employment, and real estate matters. Maysa’s litigation experience provides her with invaluable insight and perspective when advocating and advising clients to resolve or prevent legal disputes.|
This information is provided as an educational service by Hoge Fenton for clients and friends of the firm. This communique is an overview only, and should not be construed as legal advice or advice to take any specific action. Please be sure to consult a knowledgeable professional with assistance with your particular legal issue. © 2021 Hoge Fenton