International Perspectives on the Legal Environment for Selection

@article{Myors2008InternationalPO,
  title={International Perspectives on the Legal Environment for Selection},
  author={Brett Myors and Filip Lievens and Eveline Schollaert and Greet van Hoye and Steven F. Cronshaw and Antonio Mladinic and Viviana Rodr{\'i}guez and Herman Aguinis and Dirk D. Steiner and Florence Kennedy Rolland and Heinz Schuler and Andreas Frintrup and I. Nikolaou and Maria Tomprou and S. Subramony and Shabu B. Raj and Shay S. Tzafrir and Peter A. Bamberger and Marilena Bertolino and Marco Giovanni Mariani and Franco Fraccaroli and Tomoki Sekiguchi and Betty Onyura and Hyuckseung Yang and Neil R. Anderson and Arne Evers and Oleksandr S. Chernyshenko and Paul J. Englert and Hennie J. Kriek and Tina Joubert and Jes{\'u}s F. Salgado and Cornelius J. K{\"o}nig and Larissa A. Thommen and Aichia Chuang and Handan Kepir Sinangil and Mahmut Bayazit and Mark J. Cook and Winny Shen and Paul R. Sackett},
  journal={Industrial and Organizational Psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={1},
  pages={206 - 246}
}
Perspectives from 22 countries on aspects of the legal environment for selection are presented in this article. Issues addressed include (a) whether there are racial/ethnic/religious subgroups viewed as “disadvantaged,” (b) whether research documents mean differences between groups on individual difference measures relevant to job performance, (c) whether there are laws prohibiting discrimination against specific groups, (d) the evidence required to make and refute a claim of discrimination, (e… 
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  • 2008
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