Earlier this month we felt it important enough to remind readers that the EEOC and the U.S. Courts are putting a lot of pressure on employers to stop using phony-baloney, non-specific, smoke-and mirrors rating criteria to make personnel decisions. So, it was nice to see Forbes Magazine post a piece of its own yesterday making the same point. Check out their article entitled, “U.S. Courts Crack Down On Employers Using ‘Slippery’ Criteria To Hide Discrimination.” It backs up what we said and with the weight of the Forbes folks behind it should help push employers to move toward more objective decision-making factors.

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