Share 'Candidates Experience Discrimination After Just One Month Unemployed'
What does a worker who has only been out of work for a month have in common with one who has been unemployed for six months to a year? It appears they are both just as likely to be rejected for job based on their employment status (or lack thereof), even as legislators move to make "unemployed discrimination" illegal.
A recent Huffington Post article discusses a study in which 47 human resource p…
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