Category: Relationships and Society
Asked by: buddy1986-ga
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14 Dec 2005 02:08 PST
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Question ID: 605639
In the federal government preselection is a prohibited practise, but how do you prove preselection occurred and what are some recent prominent examples of preselection in the USDA/Forest Service where a position description was tailored to meet a specific person's resume to deny employment to others?
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From: arizonaboy-ga on 14 Dec 2005 06:51 PST
I have to tell you trying to prove preselection has got to be one of the hardest things in the world to prove. Hiring officials will cover their tracks so well that in the design of the job announcement (while being written for a specific person) will be open just enough to include some skill sets found in the general population of existing government employees. Thus they say the announcement was indeed open to all. But you and I know that this is far from the truth. Additionally, the CPO types will side with the hiring officials. Generally CPO types are a little less helpful than tits on a bore. That being said, make friends with a hiring official, get the job, play the game. As for me... I always hated this process and I am leaving government service. Take Care and be careful.
From: irlandes-ga on 16 Dec 2005 21:38 PST
As an old hog farm boy, I assure you that saying is "...boar". :)
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