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Applicants w/Criminal History and Credentials Hired over Other Applicants feat Trent Griffin Braaf




In the study, researchers from the University of South Florida asked 591 managers to make hypothetical hiring decisions between two applicants. One had a criminal conviction, the other did not. The researchers randomly changed the education, references, wage history or experience of the applicant with the criminal record to pinpoint which switches might affect a candidate's chance of being chosen.


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