PeopleAnswers Concerns


Does anyone else find the criteria and questioning used by PeopleAnswers intrusive and even unethical? We are always encouraged to be on our guard re: giving out our SS numbers as foolish in light of CCard Fraud risks, but I find the language in the release we are asked to sign to be the most unethical. I worked in a large organization, in management, and our HR would never allow questions about the work habits and other coworker personality traits to be broached at ANY time. I also was under the impression that it was/is illegal (at most) and unethical (at least) to give answers to those types of questions. Please enlighten me. TBerru