Interview questions are meant to help you evaluate candidates and determine which of them is best for your open role. However, some questions may do more harm than good if they lead to discrimination or invasion of privacy. Even when asked innocently, they can lead to unconscious bias in the recruitment process, or they can make your candidates reconsider working at your company. To evaluate and hire the best candidate possible, steer clear of these (potentially illegal) interview questions.
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