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Avoid Getting Sued Risks and Rewards in Recruitment Record Keeping

February 21, 2007
Related Topics: Discrimination and EEOC Compliance, Candidate Sourcing, Workforce Planning
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Employers received a harsh reminder of the importance of consistent recruitment practices and record-keeping policies when an administrative law judge approved a consent decree requiring Goodyear Tire & Rubber to pay $925,000 in back wages to 800 female job applicants who alleged hiring discrimination. Solid data collection practices during the hiring process can ensure compliance with federal regulations and help track recruiting results.
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