SaharaOasis.com is an online retailer that currently has 1,500 employees and warehouse operations in New York, Nebraska, and Nevada. The company is prospering and has decided to expand its operations globally by opening a new warehouse in South Korea, with hopes of continued expansion into Europe. To open the new warehouse, management staff will be transferred from the company’s current locations. They will also have to hire approximately 500 warehouse personnel and a logistics manager. South Korea is proving to be a very competitive environment for online retailers. The human resources (HR) staff must develop a workforce plan that can create a competitive advantage for SaharaOasis. All functional areas of HR will be involved in making this expansion a success. As the human resources director for SaharaOasis, you will be held responsible for planning, managing, and presenting information to the vice president (VP) of HR and the board of directors for the organization Based on the SaharaOasis scenario and using Bloomberg Businessweek B-School Connection resources, research recruitment and respond to the following questions: •As the company embarks on a large recruitment campaign, discuss the specific issues in employment law that should be of concern to hiring managers. •Provide examples of at least 5 questions that cannot be asked of an applicant or statements that cannot be made in recruiting because of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws, and then indicate the corresponding law that makes such questioning impermissible. •What steps would you take to ensure that the employment process is free of potential legal liability and is ethical? Provide a reference list at the end of your primary task response of at least 5 Bloomberg Businessweek B-School Connection articles, and include in-text citations for the articles in APA format.