Many employers use tests to screen applicants for hire and employees for promotion. This can be a very effective way to determine which individuals are most qualified for a particular job. However, these screening tools can violate federal laws if they discriminate based on race, national origin, sex, religion, age or any other legally protected characteristic.
This informative webinar clarifies common issues relating to federal anti-discrimination laws and the use of tests – and other selection procedures – in the employment process.
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Jaime Lizotte is the HR & Tax Solutions Manager at ComplyRight, Inc. Passionate about HR, Jaime applies her previous hands-on HR experience to develop innovative products for ComplyRight. Over the past six years, she has managed and developed solutions ranging from training and safety products to HR and tax software. She currently focuses on making HR management easier for employers with next-generation online services.