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employers cannot use a person's genetic information in making a hiring decision. Do you think employers should be able to make employment decisions based on a person's weight, their credit...

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employers cannot use a person's genetic information in making a hiring decision. Do you think employers should be able to make employment decisions based on a person's weight, their credit history/score, or if they smoke? Why or why not?
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Dilpreet answered on Oct 24 2021
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Should hiring decisions be based on genetic information?
    I think hiring decisions should not be based on genetic information or the person’s physical appearance. Hiring decisions based on genetic information, medical conditions, physical appearance or habits are a form of discrimination which is strictly prohibited by law. It is illegal if an employer hires or fires employees based on their genetic information, gender or color and therefore, is a punishable offense.
    For a job to be done efficiently and effectively it is the skills and knowledge of a person that is required not their...
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