Post-job protection

Javaid, Makbool
November 1998
People Management;11/12/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 22, p25
Analyzes a court ruling that safeguards employees from discrimination after they have left a company. Importance of reference as a source of information in employee recruitment and selection; Ruling of the court in the case Coote versus Granada Hospitality; Basis for charges of negligence against an employee or employer.


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