Equality bill challenges use of health questionnaires
- Q&A: How can I take advantage of equality legislation? McKenzie, Isabel; Burnitt, Mike // Recruiter;6/10/2009, p32
The article presents questions and answers related to recruitment including on how to take advantage on the equality legislation of the government, what does the legislation can do for the candidate, and is the private sector also required to comply with the equality legislation.
- Discrimination claims may now be easier. Deakin, Karl // Nursery World (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);1/20/2011, Vol. 111 Issue 4252, p26
The article presents questions and answers related to the Equality Act including how the Act protects individuals against discrimination, the consequences of a parent harassing a child care service personnel and the effect of the Act on recruiting new staff.
- New blood. Godfrey, Colin // Commercial Motor;4/26/2012, Vol. 217 Issue 5481, p24
The article focuses on the recruitment of staff in small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the transportation sector. It is stated that employers must ensure that the recruitment process is operated in a non-discriminatory way that is compliant with the Equality Act 2010. It is stated that...
- Hard lessons of inequality. Nodder, Ruth // Works Management;Oct2010, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p12
The article discusses the key provisions of the Equality Act 2010 in Great Britain. It highlights the strict restrictions on pre-employment health questions to prevent the screening-out of disabled employees at the recruitment stage. It mentions that the law allows employees to claim protection...
- STEP FOUR--ACTION PLANNING: RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION. McConnell, John H. // Auditing Your Human Resources Department;2001, p353
This section presents a questionnaire on employee recruitment and selection in an organization.
- METHODOLOGY. // Business Today;1/28/2007, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p132
The article presents the methodology of the TeamLease Employment Outlook Survey conducted by the publication "Business Today," in 2007 in India. It follows a statistically validated process sticking with the highest standards in the market research. Survey used a combination of database and...
- Dealing with disabled job applicants. Morton, Christina; Munns, Jo // Employers Law;Jul/Aug2009, p20
The article explains British regulations that relate to recruiting disabled applicants and the pitfalls it present to unwary employers. There is a need for a employer to determine whether it needs to make an adjustment during the recruitment process without creating the impression that knowledge...
- Survey questions must be read verbatim: Bogda. // Marketing News;10/20/1978, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p9
Suggests that survey questions must be read verbatim, according to Peter Bogda, vice president of Marketing and Research Counselors Inc. Reasons for administering questionnaires verbatim; Examples that show the possible impact of a wording change; Tips before hiring interviewers.
- Have your say and win a luxury hotel break for two. // Personnel Today;12/2/2003, p4
The article focuses on the Recruitment Confidence Index (RCI) questionnaire, where one could win a luxury weekend break to a Great Britain Marriott hotel. The RCI is a quarterly survey that tracks predicted trends in recruitment confidence and associated employment areas. The findings are highly...