Recruiters and employers need written gender belief policies to avoid legal action

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Recruiters have been urged to review candidate and worker social media policy in light of a landmark case concerning gender-critical beliefs.

The call follows the case of tax expert Maya Forstater, who the Telegraph reports lost her job from the Centre for Global Development (CGD) in March this year after she was accused of publishing offensive tweets questioning...

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