On March 29, 2010 the "'The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission" - EEOC issued an Opinion Letter in response to a question posed to their offices, whether requiring a Master's degree solely, for a Public Health Director Position, could possibly violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. The Opinion Letter demonstrates that Yes, it could possibly subject the employer to liability for disparate impact discrimination, if certain conditions were not met.
The letter from the EEOC -
Recruiting is one of the Oldest and Largest industries and since deregulation it is has become a trade that is easily penetrated, and unfortunately not always by the best, or the cream of the crop. Unfortunately only 3 Percent or Less of the Recruiting Trade are members of any association and Many are unaware of the Code of Ethics/Standards of this industry.
Last June*, a revealing marketing video from the law firm Cohen & Grigsby appeared on the Internet. The video demonstrated the law firm's techniques for getting around U.S. law governing work visas in order to enable corporate clients to replace their American employees with foreigners who work for less.
In a new World of Work Insight Paper Titled: "Strategic Migration – a Short-Term Solution to the Skilled Trades Shortage," Manpower warns that as the global economy recovers, it is necessary to implement strategic migration policies in order to create a mobile workforce and plug the gap of skilled workers
I have never understood why anyone in our industry would consider going the "contract" route. Maybe someone can explain the logic?
What I am discussing are those individuals who are asked by their “bosses” to create a “fictitious” independent contractor company, when one really doesn’t exist so that they (the boss) can bill them, (the employee/contractor) - contractor to contractor.