Interviewing job candidates is a legal minefield these days.Asking the wrong questions could expose you to lawsuits and fines.The scary thing is, you may say the wrong thing without evenknowing it. According to a recent survey, many employers put theirfeet in their mouths at hiring time. Bernard Haldane Associates, acareer management company, found more than one-third of the jobseekers it surveyed had been asked illegal questions.
Getting enough information to make an informed decisionisn't easy, but there are ways to ask the necessary questions,get the answers you need and stay out of trouble.
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