Legal Pitfalls in Conducting an InterviewPosted in : Reddy Made Contracts on 9 April 2019
A badly conducted interview or a selection process which does not conform to good practice can be vulnerable to a claim of discrimination. In this article Laura Graham, Partner in the Commercial and Employment Law Department at Reddy Charlton Solicitors, outlines some of the essential ‘do’s' and ‘don'ts' of conducting recruitment interviews.
Under the Employment Equality Acts 1998 to 2015 (‘the Acts’), interview candidates are protected against discrimination during the recruitment and selection process.
Interview candidates can make a data access request, requesting access to any personal data held about them. That personal data may include notes made during the interview and
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