Britons may apply unnamed against discrimination

Britons may apply unnamed against discrimination

World October 26, 2015 15:37

london - In a series of large UK employers must apply for a job prospective employees anonymously to prevent such discrimination, so promise big companies such as the BBC, NHS, Virgin and HSBC. Writes The Financial Times.

An earlier British study showed that apply is much easier for candidates with a British-sounding name. Even British Prime Minister Cameron spoke at a conference of his Conservative Party firmly out.,null, It's not about qualifications, but the two words above : first and last name. " According to Cameron is in breach of the ' compassionate conservatism ' where his party stands for.

Earlier also promised the British Deloitte employer no longer see where applicants had studied precisely because alumni of universities like Oxford and Cambridge would have an advantage.

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