How to... Avoid Legal Potholes in Recruitment and SelectionPosted in : How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon on 18 September 2018
The existence of a legal maze in the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources (H.R.) function is one the most significant changes in the people management process over the past 40 years. With a resurgence in the jobs market, this maze often manifests itself in the legal. These include John Halligan, Minister of State at the Department for Training & Skills, Tennis Ireland, Kerry Co. Co., State body SOLAS, the Irish Prison Service, UCD and UCG. In the latter case, UCG was ordered to promote the claimant, pay her €70,000 and to review its appointments system – before reaching settlements with another 4 college staff in similar circumstances. Indeed, it is chastening to find that the
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