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JOB CITES: The EEOC and you

For employers who have had the good fortune not to face an employment discrimination claim — a development that can seem like a matter of when rather than if depending on how long you’ve been in business and how many employees you have — the dealings with a government agency such as the EEOC can be a daunting proposition.

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Blanket policies against hiring ex-cons could get employers into big trouble

Jane Doe was 19 years old when she was charged with prescription fraud. She altered the quantity on a painkiller prescription she received for tooth pain. To make things right after her youthful mistake, she entered a diversion program and was able to avoid having a criminal record that would follow her for the rest of her life. Or so she thought.

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