For more information on staying compliant with your interviewing practices, contact EFG at 800-527-1984.

Illegal interview questions gather information from job candidates that can be used to discriminate against them.  A general rule of thumb is to not ask about a candidate‚Äôs race, religion, gender, marital status, childcare, or experience in the military.

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Have you ever been

convicted of a crime?
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Have you ever been arrested?

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What was your previous address?

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Do you have a car?

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When did you graduate from high school or college?

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What sorority/fraternity did you join in college?

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Are you married?

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What is your date of citizenship?

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Do you have any disabilities?

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What arrangements are you able to make for childcare while you work?

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Did you serve in the military?

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What is your

current address?
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Do you have reliable

transportation to and from work?
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What school(s)

did you attend?
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Are you a member

of a professional organization?
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Are your educational or employment

records listed under any other name?
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Will you now, or in the future,

require sponsorship for employment visa status?
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Do you have responsibilities,

that will interfere with the specific job requirements?
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What type of education training/work

experience do you have that is relevant to this job?
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Can you perform the essential functions of this

job with or without accommodation?
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Do you have responsibilities,

that will interfere with the specific job requirements?
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Have you ever been

convicted of a crime?