Cookies and privacy
Browse frequently asked questions and answers on key HR issues. Navigate by topic or key word search. View latest additions or suggest a question to the XpertHR editorial team.
Can an employer be held liable if an unsuccessful applicant provides evidence that he or she may have been discriminated against during an interview?
Are employers at risk of being accused of discriminatory practices if managers ask "difficult" questions during the interview process?
What questions should an employer avoid asking candidates at interview?
Where a full-time position is advertised, is the employer required to consider an applicant who informs it at interview that she would like to work part time?
Is it a breach of the law on disability discrimination to ask about health during recruitment?
In an interview what steps must an employer take to accommodate a disabled candidate for a job?
How is the obligation to make reasonable adjustments in the recruitment process affected by the rules on health enquiries?
Is it unlawful to refer to a disabled candidate's disabilities during an interview?
Should employers avoid asking about general wellbeing during interviews?
Are promises made during the interview legally binding?
Do job applicants have the right to see notes made on them at interview?
If a job candidate is unable to attend an interview on the date or at the time proposed by the employer, is the employer obliged to rearrange the interview to suit the candidate's requirements?
How should an employer assess an internal candidate for a role when he or she has not performed at that level before?
XpertHR is designed to work consistently across a range of browsers,
including Internet Explorer,
Opera and Safari.
If you find bugs in our site, please Contact Us.
We appreciate feedback.