Tag Archives: hiring

Six Tips to Consider in Hiring Privacy and Data Security Experts

Facing increasingly pervasive issues relating to privacy and data security companies are faced with what qualifications they should think about when looking to hire experts in these areas, and their role within the company is becoming increasingly vital. Moreover, unlike hiring for other positions it is common that a CEO lacks the knowledge and background … Continue Reading

The Social Media Manager/Guru/Wizard/Ninja/Diva

Have you hired a social media manager?  A social media guru/wizard/ninja/diva?  Each of these job "titles" are increasingly being used by companies to attract individuals who specialize in marketing a company’s brand and/or services in social media.  A recent article in the Chicago Tribune and Los Angeles Times highlights just how prevalent these job titles are … Continue Reading

Ban On Employer Demands For Worker, Applicant Website Passwords–Maryland

The Maryland Senate recently referred Senate Bill 971 which prohibits Maryland employers from demanding that workers and job applicants turn over their passwords to specific websites or web-based accounts.  Under the bill, employers would be prohibited from refusing to hire applicants and disciplining, terminating, or taking other adverse employment action against employees who refuse to provide their … Continue Reading

Maryland Restricts Employer Use of Credit History Information

On April 12, 2011, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley signed into law S.B. 132/H.B. 87. Under this law, Maryland employers, except in limited circumstances, are prohibited from using an individual’s consumer credit history for hiring or other employment purposes.  Beginning October 1, 2011,  employers are prohibited from using credit report data to deny employment, discharge an employee, … Continue Reading
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