Can a disabled person be the best person for the job? Disability and the merit principle in the Public Service

Authors

  • Robyn Hunt

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26686/nzjir.v16i3.3122

Abstract

This paper explores the assumptions underlying the merit principle in relation to disabled people in the New Zealand Public Service. It suggests a view of merit which is more compatible with affirmative action strategies and it discusses some of the implications for EEO disability.

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