Don’t judge candidates on their appearance as research shows Gen Z feel discriminated

Judging a candidate or colleague by their appearance runs the risk of consultant and agency bosses alike being brought before a tribunal.

The warnings follow research released late last week by graduate job website Milkround, which shows two-thirds (65%) of Gen Z employees report feeling judged and have received unwanted comments about their appearance from colleagues.

Commenting on the research, Melanie Stancliffe,...

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