Hitting the 'Record' Button: Not Always a Good Idea
- DISCRIMINATE AT YOUR PERIL. Milioto, Mariangela // Motor Transport;3/11/2004, p16
Discusses the discrimination issue facing employers in a recruitment procedure in Great Britain. Types of discrimination; Exceptions to anti-discrimination laws; Factors to consider in conducting the interview process. INSET: Disability discrimination.
- Celebrating diversity. Ciencierski, Stefan // Recruiter;11/24/2010, p38
The article offers the author's insight on prejudice and discrimination in recruitment in Great Britain. He points out that diversity should be celebrated but not hidden to protect the vulnerable and the perceived minority. He suggests that laws to prevent discrimination should be enforced in...
- Ready for their close-up. Robbins, McLean // Employee Benefit News;Oct2007, Vol. 21 Issue 13, p11
The article reveals that entrepreneurs have began pushing the concept of video resumes and career tours as the next step toward streamlined recruiting. It cautions that the video must be seen as a supplement to not a replacement of the traditional paper resume. It mentions that nondiscrimination...
- Ericsson older worker cuts will be illegal. // Personnel Today;5/2/2006, p4
The article reports on the decision of Ericsson Inc. to offer voluntary redundancy to about 1,000 of its employees in Sweden aged between 35 and 50. Law experts have warned that the decision would be considered illegal after October 2006. The company is also planning to recruit 900 new staff up...
- Age proofing will take time. Czerny, Anna // People Management;7/28/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 15, p13
The article focuses on the results of a survey on the capability of graduate recruiters in Great Britain to meet the new age discrimination requirements that will be implemented in October 2006. Two-thirds of graduate recruiters say it will take them months to meet the new age discrimination...
- WHEN EMPLOYEES ARE CAREGIVERS. Steingold, Fred S. // Cleaner;Dec2007, p26
The article discusses employees who are also caregivers and offers advice for employers not to make it a basis for hiring and promotion decisions. According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportuniy Commission (EEOC), if employers do not hire or promote people, mostly women who care for children...
- Support plans must embrace individual needs... Amanda Willetts. // Nursing & Residential Care;Apr2014, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p231
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- WORKPLACE RIGHTS -VETTING JOB APPLICANTS. // Management Today;Nov2010, p14
The article focuses on the need for employers to comply with data protection and anti-discrimination laws when hiring employees using social networks.
- Unsuccessful job candidates. // Credit Management;Sep2012, p26
The article focuses on the court case, Meister v. Speech Design Carrier Systems GmbH decided that European Union (EU) discrimination law does not allow unsuccessful job candidates to have access to recruitment process.