One Question That You Can’t Ask Job Applicants

Overlapping Caution, Warning, Danger and Hazard Tape BackgroundIn an effort to continue working toward closing the gender wage gap, more states are enacting laws that prevent an employer from asking a candidate or applicant for compensation history.

Delaware is the most recent state to sign a law (effective December 2017) restricting employers from asking for compensation history. They can however, consider a candidate’s salary history should the applicant share that information voluntarily. It will still be legal for employers to share the salary range of the positions they are hiring for, and to ask a candidate what their desired salary range is.   Continue reading

How Slow Hiring Processes Can Hurt Your Organization

Are you losing good applicants because your hiring processes are taking too long? In this rebounding economy there are more jobs available than ever and it’s an applicant’s market. The best applicants are receiving multiple job offers and hiring decisions often move quickly. It’s already a challenge to secure the best talent in a competitive market, so don’t lose applicants because of slow hiring processes.
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