Diversity comes of age

Javaid, Makbool
January 1999
People Management;01/28/99, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p25
Discusses law and legislation on age discrimination in Great Britain. Information on a draft code of practice setting out guidelines for employers in areas such as recruitment and redundancy; Use of the code as a standard of reasonable behavior in unfair dismissal cases; Statutory provision that protects an older person who is dismissed for redundancy.


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