During the early 1920’s hiring began to be influenced by a reform movement which was emanating through out the United States concerning government and politics.

This reform eras goal was to destroy political machines which influenced how people receive employment as one of the problems that it was organized to correct. Many politicians hr was based upon recruiting family members, friends and political cronies in exchanged for votes which is also called nepotism. Many private corporations were influenced by government regulations. The difficulty in recruiting family members in the corporate world is extremely difficult because many businesses are originated by them. These jobs allowed family members to save money to be able to purchase real estate listings that created wealth for White America during the industrial revolution.

Many enterprises attempt to find some kind of middle ground in regard to family members. Love ones can be employed by the same enterprise with out there being severe organizational problems. The major question is to find a way to conduct a work environment with employment practices that diminishes the prospect of conflicts of interest. It is apparent that hiring relatives appears to be an issue that is in conflict of interest and know since 9/11 it is possibly a issue of security and public safety.

Please find below free an appropriate language to be included in hr or personnel rules and regulations:

Employment of Relatives Company’s Name employees may apply for and, if qualified, will be considered for employment with Company’s Name. However, certain sensitive areas such as accounting and human resources may not be open to applicants who are related to current employees. Relatives are not allowed to directly, or indirectly, supervise one another. A relative is defined as any person related to the employee by blood, marriage, or adoption in the following degree: spouse, parent, child, grandparent, grandchild, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt, uncle, nephew, niece, first cousin.

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