Total Articles: 8
Littler Mendelson, P.C. • September 18, 2019
In a 2019 survey Littler conducted of over 1,300 in-house counsel, HR professionals and C-suite executives, more than 35% responded that their organization is using artificial intelligence (AI) in the recruiting and hiring process.1 Employers can take advantage of a growing range of AI-based methods of talent assessment, which includes AI-driven review of resumes, algorithm-based reviews of applicants’ responses to test questions, and algorithmic analysis of applicants’ publicly available social media content. A growing number of employers are turning to yet another talent assessment tool: AI-powered video-interview platforms that apply algorithms to video-recorded interviews to facilitate an employer’s assessment of an applicant.
Goldberg Segalla LLP • May 10, 2018
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania has struck down a Philadelphia ordinance prohibiting employers from inquiring about job applicants’ salary histories, on the grounds that such a restriction violates the First Amendment right to free speech.
Jackson Lewis P.C. • January 02, 2018
In recent months, several states and localities have passed laws and ordinances banning inquiries into an applicant’s prior compensation, including in California, Massachusetts, Delaware, New York City, Oregon, Puerto Rico, San Francisco, and Philadelphia. There are similar laws currently under consideration in a number of other states, and this topic is bound to be a key focus for lawmakers in 2018.
Fisher Phillips • January 15, 2016
Catharine Morisset’s article “What Employers Legally Can and Can't Ask You During a Job Interview and Salary Negotiation” was featured on Pay Scales on January 14, 2016.
Fisher Phillips • February 02, 2012
Viewers of the popular television show "Pawn Stars" (The History Channel) know that recently the owner, Rick Harrison, and his father, "the old man," have been interviewing applicants for the night shift. Here is their exchange when the old man sat in on one of the interviews:
Fisher Phillips • May 18, 2010
As the summer approaches, students are planning for their futures. Do they want to backpack through Asia, take summer courses, or take up a summer job? For the group who wants to take up a summer job, you, as an employer, may find yourself with many available workers who are eager and willing to work in order to pad their wallets or their resumes. What kinds of things must you look for when hiring temporary, summer help though? Here are a few hot spots to keep your eyes on:
Fisher Phillips • May 18, 2010
Recently, Miami Dolphins executive Jeff Ireland weathered a storm of public criticism following the revelation that, during an interview before the NFL draft, he asked wide receiver Dez Bryant whether his mother was a prostitute. While the former Oklahoma State star had been suspended last season for NCAA rules violations and reportedly had "character" issues, Ireland's out-of-left-field question left many observers wondering if he had been playing football without a helmet.
Fisher Phillips • March 12, 2008
Let's say you are a restaurant manager responsible for interviewing candidates for a maitre d' position. You narrow the applicant pool down to two candidates. Both applicants have similar employment histories, education, and job experiences. But during the interview process, you discover something that sets applicant two apart from applicant one. Here's how the interviews play out.