Many managers inadvertently open the door to million-dollar lawsuits by asking interview questions that risk coming across as discriminatory. Be careful asking people where they learned foreign languages, how much sick leave they take or when they arrived in the country or the region, Mark Henricks advises. "Bear in mind that the next question you ask in a job interview could cost you seven figures. That should keep you as fair, open, and consistent as humanly possible," he writes.

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