- Principles for Professional Conduct
- Employer Recruiting Policies at IUPUI
- Services Provided to Third Party Agencies
- Resume Referrals
The Office of Career Services and Professional Development operates under the ethical standards for professional conduct set forth by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
The Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals can be found in its entirety on the National Association of Colleges and Employers website.
The IUPUI Career Services Council is first and foremost committed to working in the best interest of IUPUI students. The IUPUI Career Services Council has established the following recruiting policies and procedures to assist recruiters in connecting with our students and alumni in a fair, ethical, and legal manner.
The Career Services Council (CSC) invites employers and organizations to use our services provided they meet the following criteria:
- Employers abide by the Principles for Employment Professionals of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)
- Employers must adhere to all Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws established by the Federal government and the state of Indiana
In addition to these legal and ethical guidelines, the following recruiting practices will NOT be allowed:
- Providing fraudulent information and/or misrepresentation of positions or company information through dissemination of dishonest information or absence of information to the IUPUI Department or to students
- Receipt of complaints by users of our services about job postings, employers, or career events. If we determine that a complaint is justified, we may choose not to sponsor recruiting activities for the employer involved
- Breach of confidentiality of student information without prior written consent of the student
- Requiring, at the time of application, personal information such as bank accounts , social security numbers, or photo of the applicants
- The organization is sponsoring an individual to establish his/her own business for the purpose of selling products or services, and/or recruiting other individuals to establish their own businesses
- The organization requires an initial payment or investment - with the organization itself serving as an umbrella or parent corporation. Investments of this type may include, but are not limited to: requirement to attend unpaid orientation or training sessions; direct payment of a fixed fee; payment to attend orientation or training sessions; and/or purchase or rent of a starter kit, sales kit, samples, or presentation supplies
- The organization fails to submit payment/documentation of payment for any IUPUI event or program
IUPUI will provide assistance to third party agencies only when a third party recruiter meets the following conditions:
- Charges no fees to the candidate
- Reveals to IUPUI the identity of the employer being represented and the nature of the relationship between the agency and the employer, and permits the IUPUI Career Services Council to verify this information by contacting the named client.
- Provides a position description to IUPUI for valid openings
- Third party recruiters may provide job announcements to IUPUI for posting
- Third party recruiters are allowed to interview on campus or participate in career fairs when the above conditions are met. IUPUI may require the name of the employer being represented to be identified on all announcements
IUPUI does not release resumes to employers without student consent. Each school with an online recruiting system has resume books where students may self-select to include their resumes or allow viewing by employers. By policy, IUPUI releases resumes to direct hire employers only.