Laws restrict companies from interfering in employees' lives

03/5/2014 | Small Business Trends

The law may prevent a business owner from prying into employees' personal lives, lawyer Barbara Weltman writes. For example, it's important to note that employers can't ask about marital status or number of children when interviewing job candidates. And companies should review relevant laws and regulations before running credit checks on employees or restricting certain activities on social media, Weltman writes.

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