Even though federal and state laws prohibit employers from asking certain questions during interviews, don’t let your guard down. Sometimes, they’ll try to sneak them in. Cat knows how to handle them.
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June 30, 2011 at 12:07 pm, Frank DeFelice said:
The application usually asks when you graduated from high school. That gives away your age.
February 20, 2012 at 1:07 am, mary ann long said:
hi, same as the application i was about to complete today. after downloading resume and completing application, along with all of the i9 questions, you are to put your initials and also the dob
February 20, 2012 at 8:30 am, Mark Feffer said:
Hi Mary Ann-
You should reach out to our support folks a call to have them help you out. You can get them at email@example.com.
February 22, 2012 at 10:38 am, Ramulaben Mstry said:
this question is for Cat Miller : Job application forms requires to state what is your salary requirements. How would one answer this question when application form can not be accepted by the employers website?
Thanks for the reply in advance. Rmistry
February 23, 2012 at 10:27 am, Mark Feffer said:
Hi Ramulaben. Here’s what I’d suggest: If it’s possible on the form, say they’re “open.” If the form doesn’t allow that, just be honest but be sure you’re reasonable compared to others in the field. (Here’s where salary.com and payscale.com — and of course, the Dice salary survey — come in handy.) If the average in your specialty is, say, $65k and you want $80k, that may be an issue. But if you say you want $70k, I don’t think that would hurt you from getting in the door if your qualifications are good.
Hope this helps,
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