Posted Thursday, November 3, 2011
If you were about to hire somebody, you'd probably want to know everything you could about that person. But don't prospective employees have privacy rights? On the next Sound of Ideas, we'll look at what employers should be entitled to know. A criminal past? Your credit scores? The number of cats roaming through your house? We'll discuss what information hiring managers are free to consider and what could lead to a discrimination lawsuit. Do you have thoughts? Apply within, Thursday morning at 9:00.
Community/Human Interest, Economy, Regional Economy/Business - News
Jacqueline D. Lipton, Professor; Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Research, Case Western Reserve University
Jeffrey Dunlap, employment law attorney, Ulmer & Berne LLP
Darlene Clabault, senior editor, JJ Keller & Assoc., of Neenah, WS
Katie Loehrke, associate editor, JJ Keller & Assoc.
Blaine Griffin, Cleveland Director of Community Relations
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