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The EEOC's War on Honest African-Americans

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has recently decided that employers are too hard on job applicants who have criminal records.
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What’s the difference between government background checks and those by the private sector?

US Politics / Conservative : Power Line (last year)

(Paul Mirengoff) As part of its war on standards, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing employers around the country for using the results of background checks to screen applicants for employment. The EEOC’s theo... Read Post

End the Madness at the EEOC

US Politics / Conservative : American Thinker (2 years ago)

The Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) has put the nation's private employers between the regulatory rock and the legal hard place as regards criminal background checks. Read Post

EEOC reconsiders policy on criminal background checks

Politics / US Politics : The Federal Eye (3 years ago)

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is reexamining its requirement that employers do criminal background checks on job applicants, scheduling a hearing Tuesday on whether arrest and conviction records are a hiring barrier fo... Read Post


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