By Chantelle Egan and Laura Maechtlen

Drug testing implicates the California right to privacy, which is enshrined in our Constitution.  Therefore, employers must be careful when drug testing is a component of their onboarding process.

The General Rule  

A private employer in California can require a job applicant to pass a pre-employment drug test as a condition of employment, regardless
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By Laura Maechtlen and Kristen Verrastro

We’ve all been in this situation: you’re trying to get to know someone better, so you ask that person a seemingly innocent question which inadvertently elicits an answer you wish you could have avoided!  If this happens in a social setting it’s unlikely to create a big problem, but if this type of scenario
Continue Reading On-Boarding Series: Stay Focused on the Job: Questions to Avoid during Interviews of California Applicants