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  • Drug Test As A Condition Of Employment
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    CANADIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION POLICY ON ALCOHOL AND DRUG TESTINGSummaryThe Canadian Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability and perceived disability. Disability includes those with a previous or existing dependence on alcohol or a drug. Perceived disability may include an employer's perception that a person's use of alcohol or drugs makes him or her unfit to work. Because they cannot be established as bona fide occupational requirements, the following types of tes...
  • Employers And Employees
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    Privacy in the Workplace Introduction Employers are finding that effectively managing a work force is an increasingly time consuming task. Companies who have grown rapidly and whose creative efforts have been directed at developing products or services rather than implementing effective human resource techniques, often find themselves without uniform or concise policies on a multitude of subjects. This is especially true when companies are not large enough to have readily available legal consul ...
  • Valid Conclusions From A Test Score
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    The Selective ProcessManagementThursday Class Nov. 23rd, 2001 A Close up Look at the Selection Process The Selection Process is a systematic series of events, which results in an organization making a selection from a group of applicants. The group of applicants usually consists of individuals who best meet the selection criteria for the position available. A lot of people graduating from college will most certainly ask themselves, "just what's involved in the selection process from a HR manager...
  • Employer And The Employee
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    Issues with the ADA and EEOC Preemployment screening can help management avoid hiring problem employees. However, employers must carefully walk through the screening process, or they may find themselves in violation of the discrimination laws set by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Security Management, with the assistance of legal experts, has reviewed the docket of 131 recent ADA cases at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to see whether any instructive trends are evid...
  • Persons Privacy And Dignity Within The Workplace
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    As usual, future workers should be monitored by their employers. It is necessary for quality control and performance purposes as well as for health care, tax, and background checks. Employers try to collect personal information of different kinds. As a rule, while gathering personal information, employers interfere in workers private life (either the consent, or at least the knowledge, of employees). Thats why workers have to protect their privacy. With the development of new technologies and jo...
  • Test Employees
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    Employment Testing Studies show that the average hiring mistake costs a company ranges between $17,000 and $20,000 (Practice Magazine, 2003). With this expense, companies need to be selective and careful when going through the hiring process. To do this, many companies have turned to employment testing. Most tests fall into two categories: eligibility and ineligibility testing. Eligibility testing may include skill, language, and physical testing. Ineligibility testing may include drug and alcoh...

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