Four factors – education, work experience, work authorization, and salary range – are utilized to evaluate candidates.
Word 22 screens candidates thoroughly prior to submitting a resume.
Jobs associated with a website third-party vendor management systems (VMS) will not be accepted. Work22 will only provide candidates for jobs that were verified for salary, benefits, work authorization, location, relocation assistance, and position requirements with either a discussion or email from a company representative (e.g., managers, human resources, owners, etc.).
Due to California salary range law, Work 22 will not work on jobs from companies who refuse to divulge the pay range and construe this as a pricing information trade secret. Job postings submitted to websites (i.e., Monster, Careerbuilder, Ziprecruiter, etc.) will include either the salary or a salary range. Work22 will disclose the salary range to applicants during interviews.
An employer may not prohibit an employee from disclosing his or her own wages, discussing the wages of others, inquiring about another employee’s wages, or aiding or encouraging any other employee to exercise rights under the Equal Pay Act. Accordingly, an employer may not retaliate against an employee for engaging in such conduct.
California Employment Laws…