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(4) Advertising

| Commentary

(4)     Advertising

Applicants should be advised of the identity of the organisation to which they are providing their information when responding to a job advertisement. If an agency is used to advertise on behalf of a prospective employer, the identity of the agency should also be provided, although it need not show the identity of the employer on whose behalf it is recruiting. That said, once the employer receives the applicant's particulars, as soon as practicable, the applicant should be informed of the employer's identity and the use to which the information provided might be put if this is

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