Webinar: BUILD Web Summit - Build a Compliant Interview Process
Webinar: BUILD Web Summit - Build a Compliant Interview Process

Webinar: BUILD Web Summit - Build a Compliant Interview Process

Join us we take a deep dive into an often overlooked topic, how to maintain recruiting compliance during the interview process. We will discuss the questions to ask, red flags and what to do during the interview to reduce your legal risk.

Speaker: Katharine C. Weber

Ms. Weber is a Principal in the Cincinnati, Ohio, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She has successfully assisted countless clients in handling their labor and employment issues in both Ohio and Kentucky. She has experience litigating wrongful discharge cases; managing discrimination cases; negotiating collective bargaining agreements; representing employers before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and other federal, Ohio and Kentucky agencies; advising management on employment relations; drafting employee handbooks; and negotiating severance agreements.

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