Hiring managers aren't doctors! Don't let them turn away disabled applicants

June 2012
HR Specialist: Texas Employment Law;Jun2012, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p3
The article focuses on the punitive damages of turning away disabled applicants, referring the case of Jacqueline, a deaf person who applied as a stock clerk but was refused by the company's representative due to industrial safety.


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