While most employers don’t ask their employees questions about their personal lives with malintent, it’s important to remember that during the interview process, and even after an employee is hired, what may seem like “getting to know” someone may actually be crossing the line. For example, asking about children, marital status, or even a family name could be inappropriate if it doesn’t directly relate to the job.

Take a look at this infographic to see what questions you should avoid when interacting with employees in order to ensure that you aren’t asking anything you shouldn’t be.

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15 Questions You Can't Ask Employees

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