En raison de lacunes dans les processus d’embauche, de nombreux employeurs se privent d’excellents candidats et s’exposent à des poursuites. Dans certains cas, ces lacunes découlent du choix des critères utilisés pour évaluer les qualifications des candidats.
Many employers miss out on excellent candidates and expose themselves to lawsuits because of flaws in their hiring processes. One example can be the choice of criteria they use to assess candidates’ qualifications.
Most organizations allow employees to use some degree of discretion (i.e., use their own judgement) when making hiring, promotional, and pay decisions. I have noticed a trend in several of my recent investigations, which is that the exercise of managerial discretion became a source of friction and …
A few years ago, my mother was submitting an online job application and mentioned to me that one of the questions asked whether the applicant was a visible minority. She told me that she left the answer blank so that she wouldn’t be used as a “token” to “check a box” – literally and figuratively