Employment Discrimination Discrimination in employment practices and on the job is a major concern for business owners and operators as well as other employers, such as municipal or governmental agencies. A Title VII discrimination suit can destroy all that a business owner has worked for, radically alter the way an organization conducts its business costing additional thousands of dollars and ruin the reputation of a business or organization in a community. One tool that is increasingly used by employers that has been the subject of recent legal debate is pre-employment examinations. To the extent that an employer utilizes an examination to determine if an employee is qualified fro a job, such employer must be able to certify that neither...The end:
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