In People Management, Partner Keely Rushmore gives her comments on a recent case where a man whose former employer provided discriminatory references. The case is a stark reminder that giving references is fraught with danger.
Tribunal win for man whose former employer provided discriminatory references
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To ban, or not to ban social media? That is the question
Employment Partner, Keely Rushmore writes for City A.M.