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This important guide details each of the major employment screening devices currently in use, analyzing the legal and constitutional considerations, statutory restrictions and legal acceptance of each.
Includes coverage of the following: employment applications, interviews, questionnaires and background checks; personality, psychological and other written tests; drug, alcohol and AIDS testing; and polygraph examinations.
In addition to detailed federal law coverage, the volume provides a state-by-state analysis chapter and an appendix with excerpts from various statutes, regulations, guidelines, technical reviews, and reports.
First published in 1988.
2 Volumes; Looseleaf; updated with supplements and revisions.
Also available on Authority Employment Law Library CD-ROM.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 Introduction and Summary
CHAPTER 2 Employer Screening Practices
CHAPTER 3 Considerations Affecting Employer
CHAPTER 4 Drug and Alcohol Screening
CHAPTER 5 HIV/AIDS
CHAPTER 6 Polygraph and Other Honesty Testing
CHAPTER 7 Genetic Testing
CHAPTER 8 Reserved
CHAPTER 9 Background Checks
CHAPTER 10 Negligent Hiring, Retention and Supervision: Case Law Imposing a Duty to Investigate
CHAPTER 11 State-By-State Analysis
CHAPTER 11 State-By-State Analysis (continued from Vol. 1)
CHAPTER 12 Federal Constitution, Statutes, and Case Law
PRIMARY SOURCE APPENDICES
TABLE OF CASES