What Questions Can I Ask During an Interview?
Job interview questions are the source of many complaints against companies for discrimination. Under Federal law, employers generally cannot discriminate against employees on the basis of:
- National origin
- Disability (physical or mental)
- Age (for workers over 40)
- Military service or affiliation
- Bankruptcy or bad debts
- Genetic information
- Citizenship status
There are certain job interview questions that cannot be asked during an interview and others that can legally be asked. Murdock Law, S.C. has prepared a cheat sheet for human resource professionals to keep them on the right side of the law.