How to safeguard vulnerable adults in the recruitment process

Jagriti Patwari highlights the problems vulnerable adults can face when applying for jobs and how recruiters can help.

In psychology, sociology and social care the official definition of a vulnerable adult refers to an adult at risk – in other words a person over 18 years old who is unable rather than unwilling to learn and maintain basic human life skills....

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