Posted Tuesday, August 26, 2014
If you own a business and you've got an open position, should you have a right to know everything there is to know about a prospective employee? What if you are looking for a job. Is everything about you on the table? Pregnancy? Marital status? A felony record? Some say employers have a right to know, but others argue potential employees also have a right to privacy.
Economy, Courts/Crime - Fire/Law Enforcement
Stephen Johnson Grove, Deputy Director of the Ohio Justice & Policy Center
Jon Hyman, Partner at Meyers Roman, Member of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce
Judi McMullen, Chief Human Resources Officer at Tri-C Cuyahoga Community College
Greg Dubecky, President of Corporate Screening
Damian Calvert, Program Facilitator at Collaboration Station, Field Trainer/Program Developer at Reentry Bridge Network, former felon
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