Employers may generally seek or obtain information about job candidates only to the extent that this is necessary for assessing the individual’s suitability for the position concerned. Recruitment and Selection
A probationary period of longer than six months is likely to be deemed unreasonable and unenforceable. Recruitment and Selection
An employment contract is defined as an agreement between an employee and an employer that the former will work through being employed by the latter and the employer will pay wages for such work. Employment Contracts
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