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Get answers to frequently asked questions about the revised NACE Principles.
NACE’s Principles provide everyone involved in the career development and employment process with an enduring ethical framework on which to base their operations and interactions.
Employers should not require a candidate’s social media account logins or passwords; it violates NACE’s ethical principles.
social media, ethics, principles, advisory opinion
This case study examines the ethical issues involved in reneging on a job acceptance.
case study, ethics, principles
This case study looks at how career center staff can address the ethical issues involved when faculty refer and rank students for employers.
faculty, candidate selection, case study, ethics, references, principles
This case study looks at the ethical issues involved when an employer rescinds its job offer.
In this case study, an employer asks career services for the names of students to interview, and won’t recruit there if the career center doesn’t comply.
legal issues, candidate selection, case study, ethics, principles
This case study examines ethical issues involved in trying to find ways to serve special populations.
technology, diversity and inclusion, case study, ethics, principles
How can the career center assist an employer looking to diversify its work force without running afoul of professional ethics?
legal issues, diversity and inclusion, case study, ethics, principles
In this case study, counselors discuss a student in an e-mail seen by another student. What are the ethical issues? How should this be handled?