How Much Should an Employer Ask of Interviewers?

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Making a job offer is a major decision for an employer. Employment relationships involve much more than just the cost of a salary. Benefits and employment regulations put companies in an important legal relationship with workers; a company’s reputation can be impacted by its staff; and, of course, employers want to make sure the person they’re spending so much money on is actually capable of doing the job.

It’s understandable, then, that employers may want to take a potential new hire out for a test drive and assign the person a simple task related to the company’s work.

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