If you’re asked by a senior executive to comment on your boss’s performance, avoid making generalizations. Instead, make a specific observation and back it up with solid evidence. This demonstrates that you’re a precise thinker who can support what you say. If you’re tempted to be critical, go ahead if you wouldn’t mind that your boss heard every word.
After years of debate, the EEOC published controversial new guidance on employers' use of background-check policies and practices. Then, it used those guidelines to file a series of important lawsuits alleging violation of federal discrimination law....Click here to find out more.