Martin Chitwood: 6 illegal nursing interview questions

ILLEGAL: “Are you a U.S. citizen?”

LEGAL: “Are you authorized to work in the U.S.?”

The hospital hiring manager isn’t allowed to ask about your national origin, and that includes inquiring about your citizenship status. Touchy immigration issues aside, this question makes unnecessary assumptions based on your looks and racial stereotypes. On the flip side, employers can ask if you’re allowed to work in the U.S. By rephrasing the question, they’re avoiding directly asking if you’re a citizen, green card holder, or on a visa.

Age is off-limits –>

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2 Responses to Martin Chitwood: 6 illegal nursing interview questions

  1. aileen

    It saddens me that age is a big issue here in the Philippines,i hope they will look into what is more essential -the knowledge that a nurse possess and her disposition is more important than how long she has lived.

  2. tracie

    if im disabled but can work with restrictions dont the employer have to try to make accomadations or can they just not hire me at all

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