This job is a salaried position. The normal working days would be Tuesday through Saturday. Occasionally, some variation in times and days may require the need to be flexible. Would this be a problem for you?
1. This job requires that you are able to push patients in wheelchairs. Would that be a problem for you?
2. This job will require you to use a computer for daily charting and possibly other situations. Would that be a problem for you?
3. Do you have any questions about the position?
4. We will be conducting these preliminary phone interviews with applicants first. Then we will be calling back some candidates for interviews. If you are one of the candidates we call for an on-site interview, will you be able to do this during a weekday?
One must be very careful to not ask questions having to do with race, sexual orientation, age or other protected information. Lawsuits can arise from a line of questioning which is of this nature. Also important is the idea of non verbal communication. Much can be gathered about someone's nature by studying their body positioning and other non verbals. For example, sitting with legs or arms crossed can be a signal of hiding the truth or general uneasiness. Touching the face can indicate deceitful answers as well. While one cannot be one hundred percent certain of these notions, such gestures should be considered in conjunction with verbal answers and tone of voice.
In any event, interviewing a perspective employee can be a demanding process. Careful lines of questioning should be setup prior to commencing the interviewing process as to ensure all interviewers are using the same line of questions. This will allow an "apples to apples" comparison.