Addressing difficulties in collection of monitoring forms from candidates for vacanciesPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 1 November 2019
Gathering monitoring forms isn't an issue with employees, but I'm finding it really difficult to get monitoring forms from candidates for vacancies, and it's well-nigh impossible to apply residuary rule due to the diversity of cultural and national backgrounds. How do we address this?
Seamus: Well, I think we talked about that was it the last podcast or the podcast before. There will be good advice on there if you want to go back through Legal-Island's channel in order to pull that down. But the advice in and around at that time was that where there's a refusal to fill out the form, that you can use various methods in order to make those associations and . . .
Scott: I think, Seamus,
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