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Favouritism (in human resource management)

An inappropriate action or behaviour by using knowledge, authority or influence, provides an unfair advantage or preferential treatment to a current employee or to an applicant, for personal gain (benefit) and contrary to the good of the organization.

(Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat)


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