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Candidates will not generally receive any feedback or explanation regarding their assessment results, since the Psychological Screening Evaluations are used as preemployment and/or security screening assessment tools, and providing disqualified Candidates with such detailed information could potentially:

1.  undermine the independence of a second-opinion process, which Candidates can request in the event they were previously disqualified. If the second-opinion evaluation is granted, the psychological screening records will be forwarded to the qualified outside professional conducting the second-opinion evaluation. And, if the results of a medical or psychological examination would result in a disqualification, the applicant may submit independent medical opinions for consideration before a final determination on disqualification is made. In short, providing disqualified candidates with the detailed reasons that lead to their disqualification might influence how they present themselves during the testing and/or interview of a second-opinion or other subsequent evaluation;

2.  place the Psychologist in a dual relationship. Since Psychologists serve as an agent of the hiring agency, it is they, not the Candidate, who is the client. This obligation requires the Psychologist remain objective and devoid of any advocacy for the Candidate. This role could be compromised if the Psychologist tries to serve the interests of both the hiring agency and the Candidate simultaneously; and,

3.  breach the confidentiality of the background investigation, as information provided by references and other collateral sources during the background investigation are protected, as is employment information disclosed by an employer to a requesting law enforcement agency.

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