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Question:

What recruitment is required when we are asking only for 2 years of experience but as an alternate educational requirement, we allow for a bachelor's degree (and no experience)? Are we required to do the recruitment for a professional position, or will 2 Sunday ads suffice?

Answer by Ron Klasko:

If the position is not on the list of professional positions, and if a Bachelors degree is not a minimum requirement but an alternate requirement, the recruitment for "professional positions" should not apply. The determination of whether or not the 3 steps are required depends not on what the employer requires, but what DOL deems the normal requirement to be for the occupation.


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