EU law does not require employers to disclose details of successful candidate to unsuccessful job applicant
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Meister v Speech Design Carrier Systems GmbH Case C-415/10 ECJ (2 other reports)
recruitment | job applicant | disclosure of information | discrimination
The European Court of Justice has held that an employer is not obliged to provide an unsuccessful job applicant with information on the successful candidate, although a failure to do so could lead to an inference of discrimination in a subsequent tribunal claim.