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November 29, 2007

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Dan Schwartz

Interesting post. I've written in the past about ok and not ok questions to ask in interviews. The HR world list is, overall, pretty good, but misses some of the point. We always tell employers to focus on items that are job-related. If lifting 50 pounds is job related, you can ask about it. Asking about the person's ring on their finger is not.
Regardless, its a good topic for discussion.

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