Job Applications and Interviews
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Applying and interviewing for work can be a challenging and stressful process for job seekers. In addition, job applications and interviews can raise a number of legal issues with respect to what types of questions an employer is not allowed to ask, how much information can be collected, and what applicants should do at each of these stages. Below, you can find information on the laws surrounding the job application and interview process. You should also download FindLaw's Guide to Hiring [pdf] to make sure you know your rights in the job seeking process. Also, check out our Guide to Interviewing [PDF] for a quick, comprehensive, guide to the all-important interview process.More
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