The SATs Don’t Belong in the Workplace: 3 Legal Reasons Not to Ask Applicants for Old Test Scores

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Hold Brothers Capital, a financial services firm based in New Jersey, is hiring a chief of staff/administrative manager. Like many jobs, this role requires a college degree. But Hold Brothers is also requiring something else: SAT or ACT scores. Many — but not all — colleges require one or the other for entrance. And maybe you could make a case that you could use that score as a proxy for a candidate’s knowledge and ability, but a degree and experience outweigh any test.

The job description begins:

We are currently seeking an experienced Chief of Staff / Administrative Manager to manage and lead

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