Employment Applications Procedure | HRG103
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The purpose of the Employment Applications Procedure is to collect standard applicant information that provides a fair and equal foundation to make hiring decisions. The Employee Application Policy applies to all existing and potential company employees. (10 pages, 2391 words)
The application process is just that-a process. First, all candidates for employment must fully complete, date and sign the standard Company Employment Application (HRG103-1 EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION). A resume may be accepted in addition to the employment application. The form should be completed in detail and signed by the applicant. The company may investigate any portion of the requested information and may deny or later terminate the employment of anyone giving false or incomplete information.
It is essential that all applicants sign their employment application. The signature provides specific protection for the company on several important terms and conditions. The completed application and resume should be made part of the personnel file of those applicants accepted for employment. Applications from applicants not selected for available openings should be maintained in an applicant file by the Human Resources Manager for one year and reviewed as suitable openings occur.
Employment Applications Responsibilities:
The Human Resources Manager is responsible for administrating the application process and then tabulating and distributing all compliance information.
Employment Applications Definition:
Consumer Report – A report prepared by a Consumer Reporting Agency. This report contains information about a person’s personal and credit characteristics, character, general reputation, and lifestyle.
- Application for Employment
- Application Information
- Compliance Information
Employment Applications Procedure References
- Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
- State Credit Reporting Acts
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990
- Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
- Executive Order 11246
Employment Applications Procedure Forms
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