What laws are involved in the recruitment process
Job applicants have legal rights even before they become employees. Under federal law, an employer cannot illegally discriminate in its hiring processs based on a job applicant's race, national origin, gender, pregnancy, age, disability, or religion. State and local laws may specify additional protected classes based on factors such as the sexual orientation of a job applicant. Employers must abide by anti-discrimination laws at each stage of the hiring process, from placing a job ad, to interviewing, to the final selection of the candidate to be hired.
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Release Time: 2020-03-31 08:40:49