Indra Priyadharshini

Hi all, Its especially for HR Recruiters… I have sourced from net. Regards Indra Priyadharshini :lol:
From India, Madras

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Jeroo Chandiok
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Jeroo Chandiok

Precisely what I wanted to point out.
These questions are legal/illegal only as per U.S. legislation, and no Indian recruiter can be penalised in India if he/she were to ask any of the questions listed.
It is true that questions can be phrased in a less blunt manner, and the recruiter should try to ensure that. Other than that, no punishment under Indian law arises.

From India, Mumbai
Indra Priyadharshini

Dear All,
Even those questions and alternatives were belongs to US law. We (Recruiter) can use the alternatives.
I feel those were really good alternatives....!
What about your opinions my friends....?
Indra Priyadharshini

From India, Madras

Hi can I hire in my company an employee with the same designation already existing? is it legal or illegal
From India, Vadodara

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