EEOC Compliance: How to Remain Outside of the Radar and Ensure Maximum Compliance with Latest Trends
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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has created and substantiated laws that protect
employees from discrimination of any form.
Is there a problem?
The laws are not etched in stone.
The EEOC guidelines change to create a more egalitarian (equal opportunity) hiring and disqualification
process. Hence, it is crucial that you remain abreast of the latest trends and remain outside of the
EEOC’s radar when screening your employees (either new hires or current employees).
Here are the basics for what you must do before getting the information, how to use it, and how to
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Rules for Getting the Background Information
Your background check becomes illegal the moment you decide to perform one based on an
employee’s/candidate’s religion, color, race, nationality, sex, color, age, or medical history (genetics).
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