Labour Discrimination as a Symptom of HIV: Experimental Evaluation - The Greek Case

  title={Labour Discrimination as a Symptom of HIV: Experimental Evaluation - The Greek Case},
  author={Nick Drydakis},
  journal={Journal of Industrial Relations},
  pages={201 - 217}
  • Nick Drydakis
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Industrial Relations
  • In the present study, we conducted the first ever Correspondence Test in order to test whether job applicants who voluntarily disclose their HIV infections face prejudices in the selection process in Greece. Resumes differing only in an applicant’s health status were faxed to advertised job openings. The outcomes imply that employers use health conditions as a factor when reviewing resumes. The rate of net discrimination against HIV-positive males was between 82.6 percent and 97.8 percent… CONTINUE READING
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