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Interview

Published December 11, 2018 Author: Andrew Felix Rose

Meeting with potential candidates to find out if they are a suitable match for the job. Interviews can be held in a formal or informal manner (i.e. meeting in the office or a nearby café) and involve a number of applicants, or just one.

It is illegal for an employer to ask questions about a candidate’s race, religion, sexual orientation, marital status and other factors that could be used to discriminate against them. If a candidate feels they have been discriminated against—even if they were not hired—they can still file a claim against the employer to the Human Rights Commission.

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