Interviewing and Selecting Job Candidates: North Dakota
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Authors: Joel Fremstad and Lynn Block, Fremstad Law Firm
- North Dakota protects job applicants from certain types of inquiries that might not be prohibited under federal antidiscrimination law. See Preemployment Inquiries.
- North Dakota employment law applies to employers with one or more employees and therefore can apply to employers that may not be covered by federal law. See North Dakota Prohibitions.
- Employers should not ask disability-related questions, but may inquire as to whether a prospective employee can perform the essential functions of the job. See Disability.
- Employers should steer clear of questions about off-duty conduct during job interviews. See Lawful Activity.