Eight Dos and Don'ts for Interviewing Applicants with Disabilities

April 9, 2011
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Some people are uneasy when they're dealing with people with disabilities—mostly due to misinformation or a lack of knowledge about how to act. Fear of possible discrimination complaints often makes site staff nervous about words and phrases to use, what questions they can ask, and what not to ask when interviewing applicants with disabilities.

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