BA370-WK2-NOTES - BA370 Week two notes 1 Explain how...

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BA370 Week two notes: 1. Explain how discrimination could occur during recruitment, applications, and review. 2 implement nondiscriminatory recruitment plans and pre-employment inquiries 3. Distinguish between several types of background checks 4. Interpret employer responsibilities and employee rights regarding background checks. 1A . Discrimination during recruitment : *RELEVANT LABOR MARKET – if the employer’s applicant pool should be compared to the protected class composition of people are qualified for the work and reside within a reasonable recruitment area. *Not conveying a neutral message for the type of employee wanted. Example “waitress” (excludes men) *Failure to post job information and make it available to a broader audience. *Employment agencies sometimes cater to discriminatory preferences of their customers. *NEPOTISM-favoritism toward family members and other relatives (Walsh, P104, 4 ED.) *LABOR TRAFFICKING – recruitment, harboring, transportation provision, or obtaining of a person. (Walsh, P109, 4 ED.)
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  • Spring '11
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act, background checks

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