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Is it illegal to recruit on Facebook?

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She is the author of: Social Networks and Employment Law: Are you putting your Organization at Risk? With the excitement around social networking, it is easy to think of these tools as a natural source of reference during your hiring process. Using social networks as your only source for candidates could be discriminating against potential applicants that do not have social networking profiles. ABOUT OUR GUEST. Lisa D.

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tiny answer Tuesday — 7 short answers to 7 short questions

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I want to be an employee, not a contractor. For instance, New York requires employers who have any employees based there to establish a workers compensation insurance account and a disability insurance account with the state and to make ongoing payments into them, among other statutory requirements. Some employers really do take this long, and he did warn you about it in advance. Reading through your posts, I’ve noticed you highly recommend people wear suits.

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