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Top 5 interviewer mistakes
A job interview is stressful, and candidates will sometimes tiptoe around answers in the hopes of not something that would remove them from the running. But employers should be cautious as well, says Fox Rothschild's Christina A. Stoneburner, a member of the firm's labor & employment practice, who notes a mistake can be made so easily during an interview that employers could lose a qualified candidate or worse, leave themselves open to legal liability. Here are 5 common mistakes she's seen interviewers make:

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