n Without Prejudice - Trust me, I'm a doctor... : employment law

Volume 15, Issue 10
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



Imagine the embarrassment - you appoint an executive to a key role. The applicant impressed you and the rest of the panel during the recruitment process and left you with no doubt that she was the right person for the role. Whatever concerns regarding her ability may have lingered were vanquished by her impressive résumé: anyone who has successfully completed the excruciation that is a doctoral thesis will certainly have the ability to deal with the rigours of the job, everyone reasoned. But then you establish that she does not have the doctorate she claimed. She probably has not even been for a medical check-up recently, let alone qualified as a doctor.

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