The Law and the Rights of the Individual Employee
Part of the Macmillan Business Masters book series
When someone applies for a job, they are protected from:
race and sex discrimination;
the need to declare ‘spent’ offences;
discrimination as either members or non-members of a trade union
discrimination against a disability.
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- D. Lewis, Essentials of Employment Law (Institute of Personnel Management, 1994 ).Google Scholar
© Margaret Attwood and Stuart Dimmock 1996