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Old 01-22-2011, 10:25 PM
 
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Several of these threads have been popping up regarding the legalities of what an interviewer can and cannot ask. I hope the following may help:

This link wll take you to a chart and along the left hand column you will find various subjects and over each column next to it a Yes and No box. It shows what an interview can ask about he sujbect and what they can't

http://www.andersonbottrell.com/php/pages/articles/interviewchart.pdf (broken link)


This next link takes you to a site which explains how you should deal with these inappropriate questions or remaks.

http://www.jobweb.com/interviews.aspx?id=1343 (broken link)
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