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New Jersey Appellate Court Rules That Employers May Not Mandate Psychological Testing of Employees Based on Anonymous Tips

By Rachel Mills, Esq.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) provides, in part, that an employer “shall not require a medical examination and shall not make inquiries of an employee as to whether such employee is an individual with a disability or as to the nature or severity of the disability, unless such examination or inquiry is shown to be job-related and consistent with business necessity.” 775 more words


In support of job descriptions

Once you have determined exactly what the person you are considering should be producing and you know the results you want them to achieve you need to determine how this fits in with the current structure of the company.  614 more words


When an employee quits – what’s left behind?

I’ve been reading blogs and listening to talk shows. It surprised me that there were so many of them busy discussing quitting one’s job.

Quitting a current job is a necessary step to new adventures and personal achievement.  355 more words

How to tell if they DO have a clue.

It’s unfortunate that this picture makes us smile.  Humor is often a recognition of some outness we can reject, so there must be some truth in the original idea.  223 more words

Test Us!

Sometimes one just has to blatantly spread the word; well, advertise of a sort.  I just had to announce we’ve made changes! Our new name is Accurate U-MAN Hiring.   106 more words


Do Your Employees Share Your Goals?



A new year is already under way.  

This is the time old goals are dug out, dusted off and inspected for past success or failures.  Based on that, new goals can be set. 227 more words

Have YOU hired a zombie?

Or maybe a witch? Pretty scary idea, isn’t it?

Do you know?

Maybe you’ve chosen somebody who looked good in the interview, but just didn’t pan out.    216 more words