discriminating interview questions
illegal interview questions
Yes you can’t ask those questions in an interview. We were told the only acceptable question to ask is if a candidate is legally allowed to work in the US.
Anything else could be perceived as discrimination and used by the candidate to sue the company.
Here you go:
I wanted to ask this question.
Some say no H-1B
Some say no OPT CPT etc
Some say only USC or GC
Some say only US citizens(Indians what they meant).
How far it is okay in USA to discriminate candidates based upon the immigration status?
Some recruiters call and first question is, do you have a green card?
I suspect that these are fake GC interview calls.
Often staffing agencies sending emails with Jobs like this:
Below is the JD for the position, please have a look and let me know if you interested for the same.
Please share me the updated resume with contact details so that we can discuss about the position and submit the profile asap.
No H1 candidates.
NO OPT CPT
NO H4 EAD
NO US Citizens
Role – Kronos Technical Architect
Location – Deerfield, IL
Duration – 12 Months
Knowledge of WIM Interface development (including people imports/exports, employee demographics), strong background with SQL, complex pay/work rule configurations, strong background interfacing with other HR systems preferred
High degree of Kronos technical expertise (at least 4-5 years) including V7 and preferably Dimensions
Business-minded approach to problem solving that involves collaboration, rapport building and interaction with all levels of management
Workday experience preferred, specifically in monitoring and resolving integration errors.
Excellent oral and written communication skills, and strong organizational skills
Strong problem solving/analytical skills
Highly analytical in problem solving with the ability to apply original and innovative thinking
Able to think clearly in challenging situations and in a logical manner
Ability to be flexible in approach and be comfortable with a fluid organizational structure that re-quires both team work and self-sufficiency as necessary, with ability to work under minimal supervision