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So what's the recourse for a candidate who wasn't offered the job because they answered one of these questions "wrong" or declined to answer?
I have been asked about one of the in recent interview and it was plainly rejected because if that .
Is there anyway I can go legally file a dispute. Thanks
As per the previous comment by DL, there is no liability under the Employment Act. You can check it out at:
"The contract is in effect when the new recruit turns up for work on the appointed starting date.
If the recruit fails to turn up:
The Employment Act does not apply, as the employer-employee relationship did not start
The employer cannot claim notice pay or any compensation under the Act
Any claims for compensation by the employer will have to be a civil claim through a lawyer"
However, the company might file a Civil Claim, though that seems to be unlikely.
What is the employee liability if he sign a service of contract but fail to turn out on first day of work. What can be a reasonable panalty . Please advise
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