Meister v Speech Design Carrier Systems GmbH

Proving discrimination: job applicant's right to recruitment information
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European law does not entitle a job applicant to force a prospective employer to disclose why he or she wasn’t successful, in order to establish facts on which to base a discrimination case. However, an employer’s refusal to grant access to such information may be taken into account by national courts when establishing facts from which direct or indirect discrimination can be inferred.
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