Georgia Regents University Career Services Department welcomes the opportunity to
develop relationships with employers to assist in meeting the employment needs of
GRU students and graduates. Our goal is to build strong relationships with employers
to best understand how to meet your hiring needs.
No solicitation of goods or services is allowed in conjunction with Georgia Regents University’s Career Services Department in recruiting personnel. Recruiting practices must follow affirmative action/equal opportunity guidelines. The Career Services Department supports and endorses the NACE Guide to Principles for Professional Conduct as outlined at www.naceweb.org/principles/principl.html
Employment agencies recruiting for specificclient-basedvacancies are welcome to post their openings with GRU Career Services and to work with career services staff to recruit for specific hiring needs needs. As a state educational agency, we are not concerned with obtaining the name of the client in order to compete for services. However, we do reserve the right to confidentially request the name of the employer from the agency to ensure there is no conflict of interest with current services already being provided. This will only be requested when the office suspects our services are already being utilized by the same client.
The Career Services Department reserves the right to restrict any employer from our services on the basis of faulty recruitment practices, inability to comply with office or campus policies, failure to adhere to state and federal employment guidelines, or in an attempt to act in the best interest of student safety as determined by campus administration. The GRU Career Services Department also reserves the right to refuse employers from services if they use multi-level marketing plans as a means of developing business (Commission only programs with a “fee” to students to purchase a product and then sell the product and recruit others to do the same). All employers are subjected to comply with our nondiscrimination policy as outlined below.
Employer Nondiscrimination Policy Statement
The [name of employer] is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, citizenship status (as defined under the Immigration Reform and Control Act), disability, or veterans status. [Note: Including protected categories that are found in specific state laws, such as marital status or sexual orientation.]
Equal employment opportunity extends to all aspects of the employment relationship including recruiting, interviewing, selection, hiring, transfers, promotions, training, terminations, working conditions, compensation, benefits, and other terms and conditions of employment.
The [name of employer] complies with federal and state equal employment opportunity laws and strives to keep the workplace free from all forms of harassment, including sexual harassment. The commitment to a harassment free environment extends to the hiring process. The [name of employer] considers harassment of all forms to be a serious offense.
The GRU Career Services Department reserves the right to restrict employer services and corroborate with appropriate authorities should we encounter suspected violations of equal employment opportunity laws or this policy in the use of our services.
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