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American Agenda (Employment: Right To Privacy in the Work Place) #130935

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 25, 1990
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Washington: Karen Burnes) Issue of "integrity testing" in the work place examined; details given of written test questions that may determine if you get the job. [Man who has filed class action lawsuit against Target stores, C.B. SUROKA - calls Target test invasive.] [ACLU Lewis MALTBY - says employers should not ask these questions.] [London House Test Publishers Jack JONES - says a more productive work force is needed.] [Representative Pat WILLIAMS - cites privacy issue.] [Man who failed employment honesty test, Jim BRENTLINGER, Junior - comments on test.] [Meadowmere Employment Agency Jim BRENTLINGER, Senior - says test should not be used on pass/fail basis.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Congressional study on these written pre- employment tests mentioned.

Burnes, Karen;
Jennings, Peter

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