SPOTLIGHT: Big employment mistakes hospitals make

Lately, there's been more than a few high-profile cases in which juries have awarded millions to employees suing former employers, often under provisions of the 1991 Civil Rights Act. To avoid being the next target, a pair of attorneys have identified the top 20 mistakes employers commonly make when hiring, including inconsistent recruiting and hiring, inappropriate interview questions, failure to properly pay non-exempt employees for breaks, lunch and overtime and failure to follow personnel policies. Article

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