Diversity and Social Justice in the Interview ( one page) asapturhab
The workplace today benefits from inclusion, with explicit laws and policies to support diversity and social justice. Nonetheless, the workplace interview can develop for a candidate into a situation that may be objectionable, threatening, offensive or inherently discriminatory -- even if the interviewer does not intend it so.
Consider a difficult question or line of inquiry, challenging your sense of diversity and social justice, that you as a candidate might receive in an interview.
-What do you suppose is the motivation of the interviewer?
-Discuss your take on such a question or line of inquiry. What do you see as your appropriate response?
-What alternatives might you have, either during the interview or as follow-up?
Be as explicit as you can. Reflect upon your own prior experience and the experiences of others known to you.
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