CEUs: 1.5 Ethics
The interview is the most common assessment tool used to determine if an applicant has the needed skills and proficiencies to fulfill the expectations of open roles within organizations.
Interviewers, however, are often untrained and hire based on gut instinct, intuition, feelings, and implicit biases. Untrained interviewers place organizations at risk for legal penalties, unethical practices, and poor public perception. This training reviews: the issues with illegal interviewing practices and possible consequences; complying with the core principles and ethics code during the interview process; a guide to developing inclusive hiring practices; and, provides a list of key performance indicators that organizations can track related to recruitment, interviewing, and hiring efforts.
Attendees of this course will be able to:
- Identify protected classes related to employment activities
- Discuss legal and illegal interview questions
- Describe common biases that occur during employment interview process
- Recite legal consequences of discriminatory hiring processes
- State components of an effective interview process
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