Employer Guidelines/Policy

The Sacred Heart University Career Development and Placement Center reserves the right to limit or deny any employer from campus visits, job postings and or sponsorship, should legal and ethical situations arise during their partnership with the Center. The SHU Career Development and Placement Center also reserves the right to deny employers from services if they require any investment by the student, use multi-level marketing plans as a means of developing business, or require the use of any other questionable business practices. Such determinations will be made at the sole discretion of the SHU Career Development and Placement Center.

Employers recruiting for employment that is outside the USA…must support the equal employment opportunity (EEO) policy of the career services office. These employers are expected to advise the career services office staff as well as students about the realities of working in a particular country and of any cultural and foreign law differences.

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