Top 5 Risks When Hiring Household and Property Employees

Top 5 Risks When Hiring Household and Property Employees

Top 5 Risks When Hiring Household and Property Employees 

 

Candidates with problematic work histories or a variety of mental disorders are often drawn to domestic employment due to inadequate vetting policies and workplace isolation. Hiring household and property employees can be a stressful and time consuming event. Be aware of these risks when interviewing, vetting, and ultimately hiring candidates:

1. Absence of Hiring Policies
Have a well-developed hiring policy for each property, including job postings that are EEOC compliant, written job descriptions detailing the requirements of the job, and benefit offerings.

2. Overconfidence in Interviewing Skills
Successful individuals tend to overestimate their ability to evaluate candidates and their references. 

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