Tag Archives: Disclosure

To disclose or not to disclose a disability in the job application process…?

In terms of disability, a common question from students is ‘should I disclose’? The answer to this question is not straightforward as it might first appear – despite legislation requiring that (with a few exceptions) employers treat applicants and employees … Continue reading

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Job applicants do not have to disclose minor offences, Supreme Court rules

The Supreme Court has ruled that forcing job applicants to disclose minor crimes as part of background checks is a breach of their human rights. The ruling is related to the case of a man, identified only as “T” in … Continue reading

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When to disclose health issues to a potential employer

Whether you’re at the application, interview or job offer stage, Clare Whitmell explores what information you are and aren’t obliged to share with employers about your health… Read More

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