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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Representative Pat Williams, Democrat of Montana, one of the sponsors of the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, has asked the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment to investigate the validity of paper-and-pencil integrity testing. The request is in response to concerns about the integrity and use of written “honesty” tests that have replaced polygraph testing in the employee screening process, according to an article by Peggy Schmidt that appeared in the October 1, 1989 issue of The New York . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Representative Pat Williams, Democrat of Montana, one of the sponsors of the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, has asked the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment to investigate the validity of paper-and-pencil integrity testing. The request is in response to concerns about the integrity and use of written “honesty” tests that have replaced polygraph testing in the employee screening process, according to an article by Peggy Schmidt that appeared in the October 1, 1989 issue of The New York . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Representative Pat Williams, Democrat of Montana, one of the sponsors of the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, has asked the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment to investigate the validity of paper-and-pencil integrity testing. The request is in response to concerns about the integrity and use of written “honesty” tests that have replaced polygraph testing in the employee screening process, according to an article by Peggy Schmidt that appeared in the October 1, 1989 issue of The New York . . .
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