Anti-wrinkles outlawed

July 2002
Management Services;Jul2002, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p20
Academic Journal
The Euro Parliament and Commission have outlawed the use of age limits in their recruitment and recruitment advertising. Such would have been automatic under the Charter of Fundamental Rights proclaimed in Nice in December 2000 had the Charter acquired any teeth. The timing may be coincidental, or it may be to get the measure established before the European Recruitment Office comes into being in late 2002.


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