Hiring process can raise a variety of legal issues, often related to laws on equal opportunities in employment. Certain laws according to the different stages of the hiring process, apply from the interview of standard work until the hiring decision. Below you will find information about your legal rights during the hiring process, which includes some illegal questions during the interview of work and tips on what employers can and cannot do when they conducted interviews and considered candidates for employment.

Hiring a Caregiver

3 Important Tips for Hiring a Caregiver

We want to take care of our parents and older friends and family, and with so many stories of abuse of seniors out there, trying to hire┬áthe right caregiver can be worrisome. Any wrong decision …
Legal rights During The Hiring Process

Legal rights During The Hiring Process

The applicants have legal rights even before they become employees. According to the federal law, an employer may not unlawfully discriminate against the applicant during the hiring process based on race, nationality, gender, pregnancy, age, …

Employee’s rights: the Basics

The labour law covers all rights and obligations in an employer-employee relationship, whether applicant, employee, former employee. Due to the complexity of employment relationships and the wide variety of situations that may arise, the employment …
Part-Time employees

Part-Time employees (Part Time Employees)

Part-time employees Employers often hire part-time workers or temporary to cover the increase in labour demand or seasonal fluctuations that sometimes occur in certain sectors. Most states define part-time employees as those who work less …
Exposure to Toxic Materials at Work

Exposure to Toxic Materials at Work

Daily, workers across the united States are exposed to chemicals and dangerous toxins in the job. This article will discuss ways to identify toxins that are potentially dangerous in the work and what you should …
OSHA and Safety in The Workplace

OSHA and Safety in The Workplace

Employees have the right to a workplace in which there is not reasonable risks of safety or health. The Administration of Occupational Safety and Health (Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA) is the federal agency …