Be wary of including time of experience in job ads

Recruiters should ensure clients that ask for a specific number of years’ experience in job ads can effectively justify their reasons for including it.

This is because failure to do so can lead to tribunal claims being brought against agencies and their clients for indirect age discrimination in some cases.

The warning follows the recent circulation of a job ad for an intern on social news aggregation site...

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