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“Reusing” Self-ID Form

Anonymous - May 31, 2019
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We are trying to use a module in our applicant tracking system to solicit and collect post-offer responses (race/gender/vets/disability). The form is tied to the person’s record. If someone were to leave and then be rehired, that means the form that is given to them will retain their responses from the first time they were hired. They would have the ability to change the response though, and must re-acknowledge it.

Is it ok to “reuse” the form like this, or do the regulation require that we provide them with a blank form?

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