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The Employment Life Cycle, Part 3: Interview Best Practices

From early-stage startups to the Fortune 50, companies who fail to identify and integrate legally sound employment practices risk enormous and avoidable harm. It's not enough to hire a talented employment litigator after a relationship has already gone south—the key to protecting your company is a proactive posture in adherence to jurisdictional standards and demonstrable respect for current, former and prospective employees. In Part 3 of this series, Deena Merlen (Partner, Reavis Page Jump LLP) addresses best practices for interviewing candidates and touches on some recent developments in New York that employers will want to keep their eyes on.


The Employment Life Cycle (Index):

Part 1:  What Do You Need to Know?

Part 2:  Posting Jobs & Screening Applicants

Part 3:  Interview Best Practices

Part 4:  Don't Overlook Employment Agreements

Part 5:  Sexual Harassment Training Requirements Expanding

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this material, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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