EEOC: Look beyond diploma to evaluate applicants with disabilities

02/24/2012 | Disability Scoop

When adults with disabilities do not have high-school diplomas, employers should waive that requirement and find other ways to evaluate their job skills, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says. Companies may need to offer a different way for applicants to prove job readiness, such as considering prior work experience or allowing them to demonstrate performance.

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