A recent EEOC discussion letter opines that adopting education requirements for jobs may screen out certain applicants, and that employers should not require a college degree or other educational qualification unless they can expressly show that the degree is job-related. HR Executive Online posted a very interesting article on this subject, which included some comments from CDF Partner Mark S. Spring. Click HERE to read the full article.
Partner Mark Spring Quoted in HR Executive Online Article on EEOC Limiting Employers Use of Education as Criteria for Applicants
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