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Proof of Superior Qualifications

Having better qualifications is often considered a legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason for hiring or promoting one applicant or candidate over another. But what if the applicant or candidate who is not selected claims employment discrimination?

April 12, 2006
Related Topics: Discrimination and EEOC Compliance
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Having better qualifications is often considered a legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason for hiring or promoting one applicant or candidate over another. But what if the applicant or candidate who is not selected claims employment discrimination?
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