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    Let's say that you are interviewing a job candidate for a job. As you are conducting the interview, the applicant states that she has 3 kids and does not have a car. She has says that her last employer did not like the fact that she was a conservative christian.

    What should you, the interviewer say or do?

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    The important part of this scenario is for the interviewer to understand what he or she is not allowed to say to the candidate, which is more important than what the interviewer does say. The applicant mentioned she has children, and the primary concern here would be if the schedules of the children will interfere with the applicant's availability, particularly if the applicant is required to work late hours or overtime.

    What the interviewer should say, regarding the comment about the children:
    Are you ...

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    Let's say that you are interviewing a job candidate for a job. As you are conducting the interview, the applicant states that she has 3 kids and does not have a car. She has says that her last employer did not like the fact that she was a conservative christian.

    What should you, the interviewer say or do?Let's say that you are interviewing a job candidate for a job. As you are conducting the interview, the applicant states that she has 3 kids and does not have a car. She has says that her last employer did not like the fact that she was a conservative christian.

    What should you, the interviewer say or do?

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