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> I remind everyone posting on this issue that what you say in this
> forum about your hiring practices could expose you to liability if the
> practice you describe is considered discriminatory under the laws of your
I also want to remind everyone that this is a public forum by and about
I never stated how any company performed their interview process;
only how they ought to, IMNSHO :->
What is stated in this forum is (generally) not company policies;
only personal opinion or specific technical writing knowledge.
I speak for me only: a poor struggling technical writer.
If some sad schmug wants to sue me,
the only thing they will get is one of my cats.