A series of international hiring blunders by U.S. companies and the rise of globalization has corporate America paying closer attention to its hiring practices abroad.

Employment and labor attorneys say they are increasingly warning U.S. companies about engaging in discriminatory hiring practices in other countries that are considered illegal here. Their warnings follow a series of questionable and embarrassing “help wanted” ads placed by several American companies over the last year.

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