What are the rights of the workers and the job applicants?
They get information from job applicants about their education and work experience.
"Job applicants have to be clear about what they want."
Job applicants might want to ask about the medical benefits.
Job applicants must be able to type 45 words a minute.
Potential job applicants increasingly look at the environmental performance of a business they're thinking about working for.
Job applicants must score above 70 to be considered for the position.
They started testing and found 25 percent of their job applicants were using drugs.
But some employers use them to turn away job applicants as well.
For the first time in her life, she interviewed job applicants.
But he said it was becoming harder to find good job candidates.
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"I have interviewed 250 job candidates in the last five years," he said.
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Still, job candidates should be realistic about what a company can do.
"Many found they were getting better job candidates as a result of implementing their programs," she said.
He added that only about one in 100 job candidates were turned away.
He's always had a short list of job candidates, in his mind if not on paper.
The job candidate had all the skills required for success in the position.