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Employment Law Interviews and Change of Job

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Im after advice on a number of issues surrounding my employment, on 30th January 2012 I commenced employment for an organisation. About a month ago they told me my job role would be changing. They then advertised what I consider to my my job role albeit the job description was changed slightly but effectively doing the same thing. I havent been given a new job description for my role. I applied for the role and had an interview on tuesday. In the letter it said I would be interviewed by 3 people. However at the interview I was only interviewed by two. The interview was scored. All the other candidates for the role were interviewed by two people but not the same two people as I was interviewed. The role was offered to someone yesterday morning, a further candidate came in for interview yesterday afternoon and was sent away as job had verbally been offered to someone, I was told at 430 yesterday that I wasnt successful. The advice i need really surrounds the change of job, no new job description and also the way the interview was handled. I dont see how the process was fair as not the same panel interviewed all the candidates.


Would welcome advice!!

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Are you still employed? I dont think it matters that the interview panel was different, have you been told why you werent successful in your application.

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