Policies for Employers
To provide the highest level of professional and ethical service to our students, alumni, employers, employer contacts, and other constituents, Iowa State University requires all representatives of employers that recruit at ISU to abide by the following Professional Employment Practices Agreement.
Professional Employment Practices Agreement
Recruiting privileges and services are extended with the understanding that professional employment practices will be followed. Iowa State University reserves the right to suspend services without notice. To help meet our legal, ethical and professional responsibilities regarding CyHire, on-campus, and off-campus recruiting, and to protect employers, students, and alumni, we ask that you commit to EACH of the following.
- I will not provide my login, password or account information to anyone, or allow any other person or system access to my CyHire account.
- I will not transfer or allow any other person or system to transfer any student or alumni information or data obtained from the CyHire system to any third party, or to any system operated by a third party Application Service Provider (ASP) without the expressed, written permission of the student or alum.
- My organization agrees to abide by the NACE (National Association for Colleges and Employers) Principles for Professional Conduct, as found at: http://www.naceweb.org/principles/.
- My organization agrees to abide by the Discrimination and Harassment Policy of Iowa State University through all aspects of recruiting, hiring, and employment of students: http://www.policy.iastate.edu/policy/discrimination/. Iowa State University is committed to assuring that its programs are free from prohibited discrimination and harassment based upon race, ethnicity, sex, pregnancy, color, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, age (40 and over), marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, status as a U.S. veteran (disabled, Vietnam, or other), or any other status protected by university policy or local, state, or federal law. Any reported violations of equal employment opportunity laws or this policy are investigated.