Where can I advertise my job?

Where can I advertise my job?

Top places to advertise your jobs for free

  • Your Website.
  • Your Intranet/Notice Board/Shop Window/Newsletter.
  • Social Media.
  • Free Websites.
  • Universal Job Match / Job Centre.
  • Flat Fee Recruiter.
  • General Job Boards.
  • Niche Job Boards.

Can you be fired for being too old?

According to the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, your employer cannot be discriminate against you or other employees based on your ages. This protects those 40 years of age and older. You cannot be looked over for promotions, training, job assignments, pay, layoffs or fringe benefits.

Do you legally have to advertise a job?

There is no general duty for an employer to advertise job vacancies. However there is an obligation for employers not to discriminate against employees or potential employees. The arrangements for advertising jobs or the decision not to advertise a job must not be discriminatory.

How can age discrimination be prevented in the workplace?

How to Avoid Age Discrimination in the Workplace

  1. Discrimination and Diversity Training.
  2. Put Policies in Place and Enforce Them.
  3. Reward Based on Performance, Not Tenure.
  4. Start in the Hiring/Interview Process.
  5. Don’t Approach Layoffs Based on Age or Pay.

Can you advertise a job for a specific age group?

When advertising a job role, employers can’t include age limits, and should avoid using words which could suggest they are looking for applicants from a particular age group – for example, by using terms such as ’10 years’ experience’, ‘enthusiastic young people’ or ‘ recent graduates’.

What is the example of age discrimination?

This happens when someone treats you worse than another person in a similar situation because of your age. For example: your employer refuses to allow you to do a training course because she thinks you are ‘too old’, but allows younger colleagues to do the training.

Can you advertise a job for females only?

A. Yes, this is likely to be lawful. Employers can lawfully restrict a job opportunity to women if they can show there is a genuine business need to have female staff (or sufficient female staff) and requiring applicants to be female is a proportionate way of meeting that need.

What qualifies for age discrimination?

Refusing to hire or promote employees 40 years of age or older qualifies as age discrimination, as does firing, limiting compensation, job assignments, benefits, training, or the conditions, terms or employment privileges based on age.