Posts Tagged ‘job applicant’

Gender Questions on Job Applications in California

Our job application asks applicants to state their gender. Is that allowed under California law? California law prohibits employers from asking, either directly or indirectly, about an individual’s sex or gender. Therefore, job applications should not include any questions about an applicant’s sex or gender. For employers who must request information about sex or gender […]

29 Apr 19 - Hiring - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

Unusual Things Job Candidates Do To Get Noticed

Although job candidates certainly want to stand out in the hopes of being hired for the job, some candidates may go too far. “Candidates are realizing that an extraordinary cover letter and resume with strong references aren’t enough, that if you really want the gig, you have to stand out from the competition,” said Rosemary […]

12 Sep 16 - Hiring - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »