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What are good, legal questions to ask when hiring a new employee?

Jacksonville, FL |

I'm involved in the hiring process for the first time, and would like to know what I can and can't ask about.


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As opposed to trying to vomit a training session into this site, have a look at the EEOC's guidance on their website:

http://www.eeoc.gov/laws/guidance/index.cfm

Good luck.

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