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91.Because current legal guidelines limit the types of questions that can be asked, completed job application forms contain very little useful information about job candidates.
92.Job applications can ask about educational background and past job experience.
93.Staff members from the human resource department seldom take part in initial screening interviews, but often participate in the follow-up interviews of top job candidates.
94.Automated software already exists that will review information provided by an applicant and e-mail a report to a manager with a recommendation as to whether the applicant should be interviewed.
95.During an interview, a manager should be careful not to ask the applicant about his or her family or other non-job-related questions.
96.Trial periods are an effective method of reducing the firm's turnover costs.
97.Most firms today are checking the backgrounds of job applicants more carefully than they did in the past.
98.Services now exist that allow firms to perform quick background checks of potential employees.
99.Employment tests should focus on general job skills rather than skills that are related directly to the job.
100.It is not uncommon for companies today to test their employees and job applicants for drug use.