The adage in journalism is "If your mother tells you she loves you, check it out." This level of diligence in the employment world is equally important, especially in today's hiring environment, where employers are inundated with applications for precious few job openings.
How can an employer make sure that in the buyer's market in which it finds itself, the labor services it is acquiring will be "as advertised?" And as importantly, how can it ensure it is not creating liability for itself in performing its due diligence? Here are three quick best practices to keep in mind.