In this week's "On The Job", the folks at Express Employment Professionals join us to talk about the scary reasons employers get sued.
Click on the video link to see the answers to the following
- Why has there been an increase in law suits against employers within the past year?
- How can improper Interview questions result in a law suit and what are some improper questions?
- Termination and lawsuits?
- How does documentation protect employers during the termination process?
- There is an event coming up in December where the top 10 reasons employers get sued will be discussed. Can you tell us about this?
- What are the top jobs that you're trying to hire right now?
For more information contact:
Express Employment Professionals
3662 Dauphin Street, Suite B
Mobile, AL 36608
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