How to avoid being taken to an Employment Tribunal

As a recruitment professional you’re often also regarded as an HR expert too.

Mon, 25 Jan 2016 | By Sue Ingram


As a recruitment professional you’re often also regarded as an HR expert too. 

Although this isn’t really a fair assumption and can put a lot of pressure on you, it can be useful to understand the basics of employment law, so you can point your clients in the right direction but also to ensure that you, as an...

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