Interviewing: What’s Better Left Unsaid

Finding the right person to fill a position can be challenging and time-consuming. With the effort that it takes to hire the right candidate, you must remember to not only be selective in the hiring process but also diligent in ensuring what you say, the questions you ask, and how you respond to candidates don’t put you or your organization at risk for employment discrimination. Learn about the legal obligations that employers should be aware of during the interview process, and why some things are better left unsaid. Review examples of interview questions to avoid, alternative questions that are job-related, and best practices to help you stay compliant during the next interview you conduct.