Kan. Admin. Regs. § 21-30-13 - Other selection techniques

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

Selection techniques other than tests, as defined in 21-30-2, may be improperly used so as to have the effect of discriminating against minority groups. Such techniques include, but are not restricted to, unscored or casual interviews and unscored application forms. Where there are data suggesting employment discrimination, the person may be called upon to present evidence concerning the validity of his unscored procedures as well as of any tests which may be used, the evidence of validity being of the same types referred to in 21-30-4 and 21-30-5. Data suggesting the possibility of discrimination exist, for example, when there are differential rates of applicant rejection from various minority and nonminority groups for the same job or group of jobs or when there are disproportionate representations of minority and nonminority groups among present employees in different types of jobs. If the person is unable or unwilling to perform such validation studies, he has the option of adjusting employment procedures so as to eliminate the conditions suggestive of employment discrimination.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 21-30-13
Authorized by K.S.A. 1971 Supp. 44-1004; effective Jan. 1, 1972.

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