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FastMikie
01-09-2008, 02:50 PM
Maybe you know someone who would be right for the job?

Click here for the ad,
the full information,
and interview guidelines. (http://poolshooter.blogspot.com)

Thank you, and
Good Luck!

PKM
01-09-2008, 03:28 PM
Sounds like a great job!

But no facial hair? That's pretty harsh!

9 on the snap
01-09-2008, 03:51 PM
Sounds like a great job!

But no facial hair? That's pretty harsh!

No tattoos on your hands either. I knew when I was in prison it was a bad idea to tattoo my hands, but I just HAD to go along with the crowd to fit in.:D

DaveK
01-09-2008, 05:22 PM
I thought Jay was going to, um, 'tutor' you :)

Dave

Black-Balled
01-09-2008, 05:31 PM
Sounds like a great job!

But no facial hair? That's pretty harsh!
Facial hair? Sounds like reasonable accommodation to me...I will consult with Counsel and return.

Wait a minute, it is in CA. Employer has no chance at defense. Apply immediately!:o ;) :D

FastMikie
01-09-2008, 05:43 PM
Facial hair? Sounds like reasonable accommodation to me...I will consult with Counsel and return.

Wait a minute, it is in CA. Employer has no chance at defense. Apply immediately!:o ;) :D

I'm not a legal expert, so tell me, is that not a good thing to say?

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1pRoscoe
01-09-2008, 05:58 PM
I'm not a legal expert, so tell me, is that not a good thing to say?

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It's descrimination. You cannot "not" select someone for a position based upon appearance when they can aptly do the job as previously described.

You can, however, get around this by saying you are hiring a "model", as their looks are solely the reason for employment.

Something tells me the EEOC will leave you alone, though.... :rolleyes:

FastMikie
01-09-2008, 06:02 PM
It's descrimination. You cannot "not" select someone for a position based upon appearance when they can aptly do the job as previously described.

You can, however, get around this by saying you are hiring a "model", as their looks are solely the reason for employment.

Something tells me the EEOC will leave you alone, though.... :rolleyes:

Based on that, I'm thinking I would have it covered.
I was going to have the successful applicant sign a model release.

BadKarma
01-09-2008, 08:26 PM
I can qualify, I have facial FUR!!!!!!!!!

Or bristles maybe.

Black-Balled
01-10-2008, 09:10 AM
I'm not a legal expert, so tell me, is that not a good thing to say?

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You have to be able to show that the reason the person is considered ineligible for the position is actually a consideration that is essential to the performance of job duties...you'd have a hard time proving that a pool assistant's performance would be hampered by facial hair. A ZZ-Top beard would be obvious, but what about the well-groomed/ short/ minimal type of facial hair?

You could move your base to VA. We are an 'employment-at-will' State and are more likely to side with the Employer!

All tounge in cheek though, my end anyway. Employee still has to show harm was done...though you are in CA(:rolleyes: )