As new legislation kicks in for UK employers, business magnate Richard Branson went above and beyond the statutory minimum.
HR managers will be shaking their heads in disbelief at some of the inappropriate, offensive – and not to mention illegal – inquiries.
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A camerawoman says she felt “belittled” while filming an interview with the music mogul but said it’s come to be expected.
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