Recruiting & Hiring

Recruiting new employees is a difficult task involving some legal risk. When done improperly, you can easily create discrimination liability or jeopardize the at-will employment relationship.

This section explains how to properly recruit, interview and hire a competent and trustworthy workforce; reduce your liability; protect your at-will employment relationship; and reduce your odds of negligent hiring claims.

This section also provides samples of the most commonly used forms in hiring, such as employment applications, background checks, at-will acknowledgement, hiring checklists and state and federal forms.​​​​​​​​

Hiring new employees is a necessary process for all growing businesses. Recruiting talent at any level can have a huge impact on a business’s productivity and on the bottom line. HRCalifornia’s resources explain how to find qualified candidates, effectively advertise the job opening, interview candidates and recruit the correct talent for the position.