Your responses should usually take less than two minutes, but do speak long enough to back up your claims with evidence. Adler - Chapter 06 #81 Topic: Types of Interviews: The Employment Interview 82. Brent is being interviewed for a position as a medical technician at UXM Technologies. Near the end of the interview, the interviewer asks, "Do you have any questions for me?" Which of the following questions would be a good choice for Brent to ask? A. "How much vacation time will I get during the first year?" B. "Will you pay for my uniforms or do I need to pay for them myself?" C. "I've read that UXM focuses on teamwork. What qualities have you found to be most helpful for an ideal team player?" D. "Do you mind if I arrive late on snowy days?" The questions you ask during an employment interview can demonstrate your interest in contributing to the organization. Adler - Chapter 06 #82 Topic: Types of Interviews: The Employment Interview
83. A "BFOQ" is A. a polite form letter sent to job candidates to let them know they were not selected for the job. B. a type of résumé that is scanned by computers. C. a type of performance appraisal that focuses on behavior, fundamentals, occupational requirements, and quotas. D. a type of question that is legally permissible in a job interview because it focuses on job-related factors. A "BFOQ" (bona fide occupational qualification) is a type of question that is legally permissible in a job interview because it focuses on job-related factors. Adler - Chapter 06 #83 Topic: Types of Interviews: The Employment Interview 84. Which of the following is normally a lawful question to ask DURING an employment interview (not as verification submitted after employment)? A. "Which years did you serve in Vietnam, and what type of discharge did you get?" B. "If the company pays for additional schooling, what courses would you like to take?" C. "How did your parents come to this country?" D. "What is your date of birth?" Federal law prohibits asking job interview questions that are not directly related to the job requirements. Adler - Chapter 06 #84 Topic: Types of Interviews: The Employment Interview 85. Which of the following is NOT suggested by your text concerning ethical behavior during interviews? A. Because an employment interview may become part of an ongoing workplace relationship, failing to act ethically during the interview could disadvantage you in the long term. B. Behaving ethically will serve you well in future interactions. C. Behaving unethically in interviews could leave you with a poor reputation. D. It is permissible to ignore a few ethical guidelines if it makes the difference between getting a job or not. Ethical behavior in an interview is likely to serve you well in future interactions. Adler - Chapter 06 #85 Topic: The Ethics of Interviewing
86. Which of the following is NOT a rule for ethical behavior for interviewers?
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