I'm not sure rules like that a legal. If it is written policy they are
possibly open to litigation.

I have consulted at companies that claimed they could not hire me because of
my lack of a diploma. 1st the reason I was there was because their own,
degreed, staff could not do the job. And 2nd I was making more money than
any of them. Their policy really didn't bother me.

Doug Hart - Principal Consultant
IBM iSeries Certified Specialist

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For us there is a corporate rule that anyone in management MUST have a
degree. So, if an IT person wanted to become a programming/systems/
operations manager, they couldn't do it. Stops the climbing of the ladder
if that is what one wants to do.

Debbie Panco
Senior Systems Analyst / Project Leader
United Consumer Financial Services
865 Bassett Road
Westlake, Ohio 44142

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