Human rights legislation has established clear guidelines for
recruitment procedures, particularly as they pertain to interviewing
candidates. There are certain questions the employer cannot ask a job
applicant because that information might be used to eliminate individuals
from the hiring process for reasons unrelated to their ability to do the
Examples include questions about marital status or family plans. Copies
of the Application Forms and Interview Guide published by the Human
Rights Commission are available from Kathy Gray at 6325.