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According to About.com, when checking references, ask questions that address the potential employer's concerns, such as personality, productivity and overall assessment of the candidate. Also verify that the candidate pr... More »

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Questions that an employer should ask when checking personal references include whether the candidate can be rehired, if the candidate was actually an employee of the company, how much the individual was paid, whether he... More »

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Employee reference checks typically involve the hiring manager reaching out to the people the applicant lists as references either via email or over the phone to discuss the nature of their relationship and why the perso... More »

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