We Can't Do What?! The Latest News in Recruitment & Selection Procedures

2017 Talent Management Conference & Exposition
Workplace Application: This session will keep you up to date on federal and state legislative and regulatory trends, as well as court decisions impacting recruitment selection practices.

From “ban the box” to password privacy to medical marijuana, the list of information that you cannot ask for or obtain in your recruitment and selection processes continues to grow. Join this interactive session as we review the latest federal and state trends impacting hiring practices. You will learn about:

·         Pending federal and state legislation that may impact recruitment, selection and hiring practices.

·         Regulatory rules and trends that limit what information about applicants you may obtain, as well as when and how.

·         Lessons gleaned from recent court cases that address legal challenges to hiring practices.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, April 24, 2017 - 1:30pm to 2:45pm
Presenter: 

Christine V. Walters, JD, MAS, SHRM-SCP, SPHR

Christine V.
Walters, JD, MAS, SHRM-SCP, SPHR

Ms. Walters has more than 25 years’ combined experience in management, HR administration, employment law practice, and teaching.

She has presented at conferences across the country, been engaged as an expert witness, testified before Congress, state legislative committees and administrative agencies on employment issues.

Her book, “From Hello to Goodbye: Proactive Tips for Maintaining Positive Employee Relations,” now in its 2nd edition has been one of the SHRMStore’s “Great 8” best-sellers for eight consecutive years!

Today Ms. Walters works as an HR & employment law consultant doing business as FiveL Company, “Helping Leaders Limit their Liability by Learning the Law.”SM

Location: 
Columbus A-D, East Tower, Ballroom Level
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
SHRM PDCs
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
Competency: 
Consultation
Critical Evaluation
Intended Audience: 
Mid-Level
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