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With comprehensive laws in place governing discrimination on the basis of ethnicity / race, religion, gender & sex, disability, age and personal circumstance, it’s important to not include too much personal information on your CV and on your initial application.

We will never discriminate and expect the same strict compliance with the law from our clients. Clearly, for general purposes, some personal details will be included on your CV, such as your name and location. Details on your location help the prospective employer to assess whether you commute to work is a viable route and distance.

During the interview stage(s), expect questions to focus solely on your ability to do the job. At no time should you be questioned on any area of your personal life. At the same time, it’s important to highlight any and all personal commitments which may prove to have a direct impact on your ability to fulfil the position applied for.

Should you have any concerns regarding disclosed information on your CV, ensure your application & CV is presented by a recruitment consultancy to safeguard anonymity & equal treatment.

If you feel unfairly treated at any point during the recruitment process, then speak with your Consultant who will be able to liaise with the client accordingly.

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