You only get one chance to make a first impression, so you want to make sure you’re your company avoids unnecessary missteps when recruiting and hiring employees. Understanding what you can and cannot say during interviews and how to respond when a candidate volunteers information that may be considered “off limits” is essential. At the same time, there are a host of laws being passed throughout the country that address when and what sort of information you can request from applicants regarding their criminal and financial histories. In the event you decide to protect your organization by requiring certain employees to sign some type of restrictive covenants—non-competition, non-solicitation and/or non-disclosure—there are a host of legal and practical issues to consider. This webinar explores these and other issues so that you can be confident, going forward, that you are starting off on the right foot—legally, at least—when you hire new employees.
Aaron R. Gelb is a partner in the Chicago office of Conn Maciel Carey, a boutique law firm focused on Labor & Employment, Workplace Safety, and Litigation. Mr. Gelb specializes in labor and employment, and OSHA… Read More
Allison L. Feldstein has represented management in employment-related and traditional labor matters for 20 years. She regularly defends employers before administrative agencies and state and federal courts in claims involving employment… Read More
David Michael is a partner at Gould & Ratner LLP where he serves as the Chair of the firm's Human Resources and Employment Law Practice. David draws upon an extensive… Read More