Employment law cases

All items: Job interviews

  • Age discrimination: Interviewer says "I've just noticed how old you are" to interviewee

    24 October 2018

    In James v Coedffranc Community Council, an employment tribunal upheld an unsuccessful job applicant's age discrimination claim after an interviewer said "I've just noticed how old you are" and jotted down older candidates' ages on interview notes.

  • Interview questions not sex bias

    1 June 1994

    A job applicant who during her job interview was asked questions about her childminding arrangements and whether her husband objected to her working evenings, was not unlawfully discriminated against, rules a Bedford industrial tribunal (Chair: C Tribe) in Twilley v Tompkins.

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