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What May You Ask in Employment Interview?

Nonprofits can reduce the risk of liability by avoiding questions that suggest illegal discrimination in hiring.

Claims of employment discrimination are among the leading causes of lawsuits against nonprofits. Some of that litigation could be avoided by following some simple rules about asking questions in pre-employment interviews.

The Employment Law Department of the Philadelphia law firm of Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, LLP, has put together a summary of some general legal requirements which apply to any inquiry, whether written or oral. (List included in article.)

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