Requirements for applicants to have a minimum level of experience will also be open to challenge, on the basis that they discriminate indirectly against younger workers. Now more than ever, employers need to devise open and objective recruitment practices, keep careful records of why candidates were successful or unsuccessful and implement effective equal opportunities policies that incorporate age discrimination.
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