Navigate the legal risks related to hiring employees in Florida.
Employers frequently face lawsuits relating to the hiring and firing of employees. Employers unknowingly violate state and federal laws when asking questions during interviews, completing background checks and when hiring an employee, they are not permitted to hire. Additionally, employers are at risk of being sued every time they terminate an employee even if the employer has not violated any laws. This topic helps employers navigate the legal risks related to hiring employees and avoid violating state and federal laws. This material also gives employers guidance to avoid being sued after terminating employees. The content also identifies additional considerations that employers must consider when hiring and firing employees and how best to minimize its risks.
- You will be able to explain the difference between At-Will employment and Right to Work laws
- You will be able to identify questions that should not be asked during a job interview
- You will be able to discuss best practices in hiring and firing employees
- You will be able to recognize risks related to hiring and firing employees
Who Should Attend:
- Human Resource Professionals
- Business Owners
- Business Managers
- Benefits & Payroll Professionals
- Operations Managers
- Vice Presidents
Key Topics Covered:
- At-Will vs. Right-To-Work State, Which One Is Florida?
- Defining: "At-Will" and "Right-To-Work"
- What Are Right-To-Work Laws?
- Exceptions to At-Will
- Hiring Process
- What I Can and Cannot Ask in a Job Interview
- Background and Credit Check Pitfalls
- Googling Applicants
- Termination Procedures
- Why Do You Want to Fire This Employee?
- How to Fire an Employee
- Other Considerations
- Negative Online Reports
For more information about this webinar, visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lh5dbl/hiring_and_firing?w=4.