Does BBC series invade privacy?

Merrick, Neil
January 1995
People Management;01/26/95, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p12
Focuses on how the film crew from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) series `Situation Vacant' allegedly invaded the privacy of job candidates at DMB and B and in Royal Albert Hall. Comments from the director of the series; Reason why DMB&B does not believe that the film crew affected the recruitment process; Commentary on the interview technique at Toys R Us.


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