Should 0-bama force companies to end the practice of interviewing applicants for jobs, since it is a?
discriminatory practice? Should a potential employee be held responsible for their ineptitude and be passed over because another applicant is more qualified? Does it really matter if an employee is incapable of doing the job? Don't we all have to work? Is it "fair" for employers to conduct interviews? Certainly if government can decide for businesses what an entry-level employee is worth, they can easily end the discrimination and put an end to the stigma of having been "REJECTED" after an interview.
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Answered By: Dan - 9/3/2011
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we should force obama out of office
Answered By: Marie of London - 9/3/2011
Where the practice is discriminatory, there are avenues to challenge it on the books already. Many do and prevail.
Answered By: Moderate Somber - 9/3/2011
Obama is anti-business but more important he's anti-America!!
Answered By: bobemac - 9/3/2011
If its anti-jobs, he will do it.
Answered By: Wise Cat Named Binky's Owner - 9/3/2011
All of those cases (protection for the inept and the incapable) are already protected by unions. They make sure companies can't get rid of terrible employees, and insist that those employees be given far more than what they agreed to when they were hired.
Answered By: Makawao - 9/3/2011
Obama can't force anything. Get real. He can't even secure our borders. Companies send our jobs south and countries south send their losers north... More
Answered By: Frankie M - 9/3/2011
No however it appears to me that he wants one employer and that is the government
Answered By: Paul Grass™℠ - 9/3/2011
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