Hiring the Best Qualified and Most Talented Employees
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Many global companies want to establish a uniform culture among talented
employees with common company values at all levels of the organization at all
operations throughout the world.
As companies expand their global operations, and as competition within and
across jurisdictions increases, companies want to upgrade their workforce and
hire the “very best” and “most talented” employees in each country where they
have operations. Successful recruiting, interviewing and screening of
candidates – from the lowest to the highest level within the organization -
will reduce turnover and other costs in the long run and increase
As companies expand their global operations, in-house and outside counsel and
H.R. representatives are more regularly being asked to provide advice on the
• What, if any, policies and procedures can a company adopt on a global basis
to hire the best employees?
• What, if any, information can be requested of a candidate on an employment
• What, if any, questions can be asked of a candidate in an interview?
• What, if any, information needs to be shared with the candidate about the
company or about the job?
• What, if any, pre-employment medical tests or exams or other tests can be
required of a candidate?
This handbook will provide both legal and practical answers to these questions
and discuss the delicate balance between maintaining the privacy rights of
employees with the business interests of employers