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Anonymous screening process for selecting the most qualified finalists in administrative employment searches Public Deposited

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  • The purpose of this study was to design an objective-based Anonymous Screening Process (ASP) for selecting the most qualified finalists for non-tenured administrative employment searches in public higher education. The intent was to design a viable employment process that substantially meets equal opportunity mandates, the dual aim of the Federal government's affirmative action efforts to eliminate the discriminatory effects of the past and to bar future discrimination, and the goal of the U.S. Congress of improving the economic status of disabled individuals by removing discriminatory barriers to full employment. An anonymous screening process is part of a comprehensive employment process, including recruitment, application, evaluation, and selection, wherein an applicant's name, race, religion, color, sex, age, handicap, and institutional identify are unknown to all persons involved in the process through selection of the most qualified finalists. An anonymous applicant screening process will minimize evaluator bias, effectively eliminate the interjection of non-objective criteria from external sources in selecting the most qualified finalists, and provide a defensible basis for using protected class status in the final selection as an additional criterion in situations of underrepresentation.
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