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In england-and-wales there is no legal requirement, in the private sector, to advertise vacancies and employers can recruit whoever they choose as long as they do not commit unlawful direct or indirect discrimination and follow their own internal HR policies. Re: In the western hemisphere is it quite legal for employers to do things like... Exclude close ...


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Up to then I'd assumed that custom & practice processes like: Your assumption is just plain wrong. Businesses are free to run their affairs in whatever way they deem best (within normal legal boundaries). That includes hiring and firing UNLESS the employee is part of a specific protected class or category. In the western hemisphere in general everything ...


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Laws on such matters vary. Countries in South America, say, are likely to have different laws than the US will. Indeed Canada's employment laws differ significantly from those of the US. There are differences between states within the united-states as well. That said, I do not think any state in the US has legal requirements similar to those suggested in the ...


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https://bchumanrights.ca/mask-poster/ Technically speaking is wearing masks a law, a health order or the store policy as a result of the health order? Technically speaking it's a Ministerial Order made under the power delegated to the Minister by the Emergency Program Act R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 111, s. 10. Can a customer be denied service or entry for not ...


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In france, there is no general obligation of fairness in hiring. Only a specific list of criteria constitute illegal discrimination, such as physical appearance, gender, religion, political opinion or activity, etc. This also includes indirect discrimination: discrimination on other criteria that are not directly relevant on their own, and are strongly ...


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