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The recruitment process of marks and Spencer

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Task 2 employee recruitment and training Flow chart showing M&S recruitment process The recruitment process of marks and Spencer is documented as a policy. ...read more.


The policy must be followed by all managers recruiting new employees. ...read more.


breaking the law such as discrimination against people such as people's ethics origins or disabilities or they might discriminate because of age. ...read more.

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