- Refrain from any practice that improperly influences and affects job acceptances. i.e. undue time pressures, encouragement of revocation of another acceptance.
- Supply accurate information about your organization and employment opportunities.
- Honor all offers of employment to candidates.
- Strive to communicate with candidates and the Career Center within the agreed upon time frame.
- Serving alcohol should not be part of the recruitment process.
- Maintain equal employment opportunity (EEO) compliance and follow affirmative action principles in recruiting activities.
- Employment professionals must advise the Career Center of any test conducted on campus. They must advise students of the type and purpose of any test that is required in the recruitment process and to whom the test results will be disclosed.
- Provide accurate information on majors, minors, GPA, and employment eligibility.
- Provide current and reliable contact information for the Career Center and employers.
- Respond appropriately to communication from the Career Center and employers.
- Adhere to schedules. - Thoroughly research organizations prior to interviewing and accepting positions.
- Notify the Career Center immediately if you encounter questionable practices or irregularities in the employment process.
- Notify the Career Center upon acceptance of a job offer. Withdraw from the interview process and notify all employers with whom you are interviewing.
- Consider acceptance of employment as a commitment to that employer.
- Reneging an acceptance is not condoned by the Career Center and will result in loss of service to you.
- Maintain a recruitment process that is fair and equitable to candidates and employing organizations.
- The staff will, without imposing personal values or bias, assist individuals in developing a career plan.
- The Career Center staff will provide students with information on a range of career opportunities and types of employing organizations. They will inform students of the means and resources to gain access to information which may facilitate their decisions about an employing organization.
- The Career Center staff will provide employing organizations with accurate information about Villanova University and its students and about the policies and services of the Career Center.
- Maintain confidentiality of student information.
This statement of responsibility is guided by the Principles of Professional Conduct of the National Association of Colleges and Employers.