As the economy slowly recovers, employers may expand a program to job candidates that has mostly been applied to the current workforce: health screenings.
A test for nicotine, for example, can determine if a job applicant smokes and remove them from the job candidate pool as a way to ultimately save the company money in health insurance and other costs, according to a blog at Challenger, Gray & Christmas, an outplacement firm.
It's a buyer's market, and employers can afford to be picky. At face value this might seem wrong, but Walletpop's Aaron Crowe delves into the legality of this controversial topic.
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