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Indra Priyadharshini
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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
Management Consultancy & Training &
Ritashelankar
Recruitment, Training And Development, Performance
Indra Priyadharshini
Recruitment,hr Policies

Jeroo Chandiok
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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.
Jeroo

From India, Mumbai
Indra Priyadharshini
2

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....?
regards
Indra Priyadharshini

From India, Madras
ritashelankar
1

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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