I'm sure you know by now that the law doesn't allow any discrimination against an employee or job applicant (Employment Equity Act).
So when you plan your interviews with job applicants, protect yourself and your company by making sure you avoid questions that may be discriminatory. Because if you're found guilty of discrimination, you could get a penalty of up to 10% of your business turnover.... ››› more
When recruiting for a new employee, you want to get the right candidate for the job the first time around.
A well-structured interview can do just that.
What's more, specifically asking competency-based questions can assist you greatly in determining whether or not a candidate will be able to do the job.
So to be 100% sure that an applicant is the right fit for the job, ask these 7 questi... ››› more
When holding an interview, you want to understand as much as possible about the candidate. After all, if she's going to be working for you, it would only make sense to do so.
But where do you draw the line?
To help you understand this boundary, AVOID asking the following 6 questions which, if asked, could land you up at the CCMA for unfair discrimination, resulting in you paying thousands in... ››› more
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