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A Guide to Employment Applications in MA 07/16/2012

Posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Employment, Legal Developments, New Resources.

Some employers view employment applications as simple, standard forms used to obtain only basic background information from job candidates. Others see them as a tool to obtain more extensive information used to evaluate and potentially screen out prospective employees. Massachusetts employers need to know that there are some very specific requirements regarding both what must be contained in application forms and what is prohibited. Further, we believe employers also should use employment applications to establish and protect employer rights.

What may be asked in an employment application is heavily regulated. Read this edition of the Employment Law Advisor to learn how you can use employment applications to establish and protect your legal rights. And of course, we’re always here to help – feel free to contact a member of our Employment Team!


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