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    Types of questions for job interviews

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    What types of questions should you avoid when conducting a job interview? What about an exit interview? What obligations does an organization have for ensuring a diverse workforce?

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    When conducting job interviews, certain questions that must be avoided by law. Questions that directly ask form of religion, number of children, marital status, and other similar questions are forbidden under law, and they're also unethical to ask of candidates. If the company requires that all employees work on Sundays because that's when the company is the busiest, the company can inform all candidates that Sunday work is required and that no other reasonable accommodations can be made for an ...

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    The solution explains what types of questions should you avoid when conducting a job interview and an exit interview, and explains the obligations that an organization has for ensuring a diverse workforce.