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A Harris Poll for Cancer and Careers recently found that 61% of respondents’ fear of disclosing their cancer diagnosis would lessen their chances of getting hired.
Yesterday’s Advisor explored a recent survey stating that cancer survivors were more likely to be afraid to disclose their situation and that interviewers were less likely to call them back. Today, the conclusion of that survey. Conclusions on Health Conditions, Diversity, and Discrimination In a new study from Rice University and Penn State, researchers make […]
The reasons are twofold. First, they feel less likely to get a callback. And second, according to a recent survey, they are less likely—by 16%—to get a callback. A Harris Poll for Cancer and Careers recently found that 61% of respondents’ fear that disclosing their cancer diagnosis would lessen their chances of getting hired. Also, […]
Don’t we all want a workplace where the workers are smiling? Yes, but not if we are requiring them to smile.
There was, however, one resounding commonality. Overwhelmingly, readers showed distain for the manner of Paterno’s termination—over the phone after 61 years of service. There’s a sampling of the comments below; readers may also want to read the original article or read all the comments in their entirety. A Sampling of Comments Your article—and all the […]
Sexual harassment charges had been declining somewhat, but the recent publicity will reverse that trend, says Schickman, who is a partner at Freeland Cooper & Foreman LLP in San Francisco. His remarks came at BLR’s Advanced Employment Issues Symposium in Las Vegas. Schickman is a member of the Employers Counsel Network, and edits the BLR/HRhero […]
Schickman is a partner at Freeland Cooper & Foreman LLP in San Francisco. His remarks came at BLR’s Advanced Employment Issues Symposium in Las Vegas. EEOC staffers have a lot of cases, and they want to get cases into their “resolved” file. Also, he adds, you often get some relief on document production and reporting […]
Here’s Oswald’s take on the “F” Word: According to the article the writer analyzed 50 recent news releases announcing coaching changes in college football and basketball. Of the 50 releases reviewed, not a single one contained the word “fired” — zip, zilch, nada. “How can that be?” Well, while none of the coaches was fired, […]