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Lawsuit Claims Chick-Fil-A Discriminates Against Job Applicants With Disabilities

An autistic man who was interested in working at an Illinois Chick-fil-A claims in a lawsuit against the fast food chain that he was dissuaded from applying for a job after the restaurant’s manager said people with disabilities wouldn’t do well there. 213 more words

Lawsuits

New Year, New Laws for Employment Lawyers

Were you able to keep track of the new legislative changes that will affect California employers and employment lawyers? Don’t worry, we did and here’s an overview of some of the key statutory changes you need to know about. 993 more words

Legal Topics

Almost Half of Job Applicants Don't Follow Basic Directions, Say HR Pros | The Simple Dollar

Were you one of those kids who always followed directions on classroom activities? If so, you probably had an advantage when you started your career, because standing out from the pack may be as simple as paying attention to the details as you submit your job application. 99 more words

Tools And Information

Learning Excel

There are many skills that I want to learn, develop, and be proficient in. For now, I decided to learn how to use excel. In my Freshman computer class in high school, I learned relatively how to use it. 169 more words

Technology

The terrible manners of employers who ghost on job candidates

My favorite morning radio segment is a series called “Todd & Jayde’s Blown Off.” In it, the pair of intrepid hosts try to help people who were ghosted after seemingly great first dates. 845 more words

Brexit Has Launched a New British Invasion of Job Seekers

With some economists predicting the U.K.’s likely exit from the EU will kick off a recession there, some Brits are taking no chances. They’re getting ready to move abroad. 194 more words

Leadership

Job Interview Questions: Steer Clear of Sex Identity and Sexual Orientation

There are some interview or application questions that might elicit information that could get an employer into legal hot water if used to make an employment decision. 440 more words

Business Law