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Can a UK company discriminate against former employees of another company when recruiting?

My Gut says probably Legal So, you cant discriminate on protected characteristics (Race, Religion etc.) - however a former employer is not a protected characteristics. In Ye-Olden days, you would see ...
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Can a UK company discriminate against former employees of another company when recruiting?

If its not discriminating based on the usual suspects, such as gender, race, age etc, then why would it be illegal. There have been cases where a company decides that another companies practices spoil ...
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Remind or be patient?

The "bureaucracy" excuse is a bit worrisome. Sadly it's true for many public institutions and you need to figure out what is acceptable to you. Instead of a "reminder", ask for a ...
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Remind or be patient?

At this point patience - you don't need to "remind" them because it's highly doubtful that they've forgotten! It has been a a couple of days (which wouldn't be a long time in normal ...
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