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I was told keeping someone from becoming employed is considered a human rights violation.

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depends on the reasoning

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It could be. Depending on the reason that your not employing them. A person can sue you claiming sexism, racism, etc. If someones disabled and you don't employ them, that could be considered a human rights violation. You just need to make sure you keep records of reasons and what not, in case you were ever to be sued.

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