Given the prevalence of social media, there is more raw data available about candidates than ever before. Human Resources professionals are often tasked with filtering this data and ensuring recruiting and Screening candidates is done in a compliant manner. This presentation will address common issues associated with sourcing and screening candidates, from reviewing Facebook and LinkedIn pages – to conducting old-fashioned reference checks via phone
In this interactive program, participants will learn:
- How to Avoid Common Recruiting & Hiring Mistakes in the Social Media Age
- Best Practices for Conducting Standard Background Checks
- Best Practices for Checking Candidate References
Jessica Bradley practices in all areas of employment law. She has experience representing employers in charges of discrimination and retaliation, whistleblower actions, FRSA claims, labor-management relations and class-action ADEA claims.
Jessica has experience handling and resolving a broad range of issues in state and federal courts, arbitration, and before state and federal agencies. Before joining Littler, Jessica worked in the corporate legal department of a large private corporation with retail stores throughout the Midwest, where she managed litigation of general liability, intellectual property and employment law claims and assisted with employee benefit plan compliance.
Michael R. Link
Michael R. Link represents and counsels clients in a broad range of labor and employment law matters. Knowledgeable in traditional labor law, Michael has experience with all stages of litigation in both state and federal courts, as well as in arbitration and work before state and federal agencies.
Prior to joining Littler, he worked at a boutique labor and employment law firm in Minneapolis and clerked for Judge Kurt Marben of the Ninth Judicial District of Minnesota.
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