ATTENTION: BUSINESS OWNERS AND IN-HOUSE RECRUITERS
Are you running a recruitment exercise, or planning your interview questions for your next selection process? If so, you’ve come to the right place.
FREE REPORT: Ten Illegal Interview Questions That You Must Avoid
Are you confused about the questions that you can and can’t ask in interviews? Are you unsure about equality legislation, and what your responsibilities are during the recruitment process? Do you need to make sure that you don’t break the law when looking for new staff to fill your vacancies?
There’s a legal obligation to treat applicants fairly and equally when asking interview questions, and businesses failing to adhere to the legislation could face serious penalties, not to mention create a bad reputation for their employer brand. In this free report, we outline ten illegal interview questions that you must avoid, and you can get immediate access right here:
In this report, you’ll learn:
- The interview questions that could result in legal action against your business
- How you can get the information that you need about your candidates without breaking the law or bringing your business into disrepute
- The exceptions to the rules that may apply within your business, and how to make your decisions
- The crazy question that certain employers have ended up in the press for using – though there’s much debate about whether or not it’s illegal, you need to avoid using this one!
If you’ll be recruiting for your business in the near future, make sure that you get your copy of this report. It’s full of advice that can stop you from making costly mistakes, and will help you to choose the very best person for your business.
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