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Conflicts of interest are not uncommon in today’s workplace. The key is to be aware when a potential conflict of interest, or the appearance of a potential conflict of interest, appears. Then let someone know about your situation. Most potential conflicts can be easily addressed – but only if you let someone know before you hit problems.
If you are a private employer with at least 15 employees who work for you for 20 weeks or more a year, you are subject to federal law under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. You may be subject to equal employment opportunity guidelines if you have a federal contract or subcontract; even small businesses must perform EEO compliance analyses.
A recruitment and selection policy is a statement of principles, outlining how your organisation should conduct its recruitment and selection process. The aim of such a policy is to ensure that a transparent and unbiased recruitment and selection process is followed; one that results in the appointment of the best candidate, philosophy, and goals.