Job Choices 2012 - Business - (Page 8)
Your Rights and Responsibilities As a Job Seeker
by the National Association of Colleges and Employers Principles for Professional Practice Committee
hoosing and attaining meaningful post-graduation employment is an important challenge for college students. Your career center and employers recruiting graduating college seniors participate in this process through various services and programs. NACE’s Principles for Professional Practice provides guidelines to ensure that: students can openly, freely, and objectively select employment opportunities; students and employers are involved in a fair and equitable recruitment process; and students have support to make informed and responsible career decisions.
What you can expect from your career center
Career center staff are expected to maintain the conﬁdentiality of student information. Disclosure of student information outside the college/ university should be made only with your prior consent, unless health and safety considerations necessitate the distribution of such information.
2. Freedom of choice
Career center staff should assist you in developing a career plan and making career decisions without imposing their own biases or personal values.
3. Access to all services and events
Career centers may charge you a nominal fee for registering or taking part in certain services or events. Such fees should not hinder your participation.
4. Access to career information
Career center staff should provide all students, regardless of personal or educational background, with equal access to information on career opportunities and types of employing organizations.
5. Testing information
Career staff should inform you of the availability of testing, the purpose of the tests, and the policies for disclosing test results.
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