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Re: Illegal job interview questions

I was a bit disappointed that this thread wasn't about the sort of questions asked when you interview for an illegal job. Such as:

You're smuggling a barrel of fine French brandy and a chest of Spanish doubloons at midnight in a quiet Cornish cove when you're set upon by three revenue men, but you're only carrying two flintlocks. What do you do?

This is actually an easy one. You shoot two of the revenue men and bribe the third with half the doubloons.
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Hi everyone. I have recently moved to Solothurn with my partner, since he has started to work in the area. 2 weeks ago I had a job interview and unfortunetly wasn't what I expected. Everything was going ok, until the CEO asked my about my age and immediately after if I have children. I coming from Spain where I know these are illegal question but wasn't sure if it is the same here. Reading this forum I understand its also illegal so do you know how, where should I report/complain this situation/company. Thank in advance
You should go back to Spain.

Not illegal here.

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I was a bit disappointed that this thread wasn't about the sort of questions asked when you interview for an illegal job. Such as:

You're smuggling a barrel of fine French brandy and a chest of Spanish doubloons at midnight in a quiet Cornish cove when you're set upon by three revenue men, but you're only carrying two flintlocks. What do you do?

This is actually an easy one. You shoot two of the revenue men and bribe the third with half the doubloons.
Doesn't this belong in thread titles, what first pops into your head?
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Doesn't this belong in thread titles, what first pops into your head?
That wasn't a big enough stage for me to perform on.
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Re: Illegal job interview questions

For some jobs, you don't even get an interview unless you have given acceptable answers to a lot of questions in advance:

https://line.17qq.com/articles/fsfknqpqy.html (not Switzerland)
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I was a bit disappointed that this thread wasn't about the sort of questions asked when you interview for an illegal job. Such as:

You're smuggling a barrel of fine French brandy and a chest of Spanish doubloons at midnight in a quiet Cornish cove when you're set upon by three revenue men, but you're only carrying two flintlocks. What do you do?

This is actually an easy one. You shoot two of the revenue men and bribe the third with half the doubloons.
Nicely played. Thanks for the chuckle.
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Hi everyone. I have recently moved to Solothurn with my partner, since he has started to work in the area. 2 weeks ago I had a job interview and unfortunetly wasn't what I expected. Everything was going ok, until the CEO asked my about my age and immediately after if I have children. I coming from Spain where I know these are illegal question but wasn't sure if it is the same here. Reading this forum I understand its also illegal so do you know how, where should I report/complain this situation/company. Thank in advance
Hello and welcome to Switzerland. What I'm about to write is said with goodwill.

The best advice that was given to me about moving countries: Learn to accept that "here" is not "there", and that things "here" don't work in the same way as they do "back there" and - most especially - that they don't have to work the same way. It can hurt to keep having to remind oneself of that, but the sooner you can manage to make the mental transition, the happier your life will be, here.

Here, in Switzerland, the very, very, very last thing that would help you, as a newcomer, to get a job and settle in well, would be for you to report or complain about the company or the employees or CEO of that company. Or even to publish the story here, which is a fully public forum.

You see, the world here is very small. First of all, the population is small. Then, it is divided by into four language areas, which makes it a lot smaller. Subtract from the total the many pensioners and the children, and the many people who are currently losing their jobs due to Covid, and there is a much smaller segment of the population who has the security of being employed. This means that, in each field, the same people keep meeting up with one another, over and over. Someone's manager in one job is their student in a training course later, people leave and return and end up colleagues, or they become the business partners or service providers or suppliers of one another, over the years.

The last thing you need to do to yourself, is to start off by building up a reputation as the new person in Switzerland who, having been lucky enough (and in this economic climate it really is great good fortune) to have been invited to an interview, thereafter immediately went out ready to find ways to make trouble for the potential employer. That won't put you in any good light at all, and in a small world, you may find that your reputation precedes you, and in such a case, to your detriment.

The point of an employer asking whether you have children is either to make small-talk to get to know you, or else to hear from you, if you do have any, the reassurance that you and your partner have sorted out the child-care such that you are free to come to work. That's usually the most of it.

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Re: Illegal job interview questions

What no one ever tells you about low tax regimes is that low taxes also means low regulations and legislation.

Compared to the UK I find there is no illegal question in interviews here. Yes certain things are a bit wild west here unfortunately but then quiet a high percentage of the workforce is employed in the Public sector directly or indirectly in the UK which is not the case in Switzerland. So win some - loose some unfortunately : (
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What no one ever tells you about low tax regimes is that low taxes also means low regulations and legislation.

Compared to the UK I find there is no illegal question in interviews here. Yes certain things are a bit wild west here unfortunately but then quiet a high percentage of the workforce is employed in the Public sector directly or indirectly in the UK which is not the case in Switzerland. So win some - loose some unfortunately : (
Are you basing this on the law or just your experience?

For example, sex discrimination is illegal including during the hiring process, and this specifically includes marital status and pregnancy:

https://www.fedlex.admin.ch/eli/cc/1..._1498/en#art_3

Similarly there is a disability discrimination act.

I wouldn't say Switzerland is any more "wild west" than another country, definitely not the UK - small companies get away with a lot, big companies generally follow the rules.
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Re: Illegal job interview questions

The link is exactly what I mean - a couple of paragraphs !! ... avoidance and size etc relate to enforcement and administration of policies and not the policy and legislation itself.

Maybe I came across wrong .. it's a tad bit more wild west here compared to the UK. Don't get me wrong it's not that I don't like - I love it here, but there is enough difference to cause a culture shock.

I suppose that's what this is a culture shock for the uninitiated while just a small talk for the seasoned !! but I don't believe this small talk has no bearing on the interview after all Swiss are famous for being direct and to the point aren't they !!
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Hi everyone. I have recently moved to Solothurn with my partner, since he has started to work in the area. 2 weeks ago I had a job interview and unfortunetly wasn't what I expected. Everything was going ok, until the CEO asked my about my age and immediately after if I have children. I coming from Spain where I know these are illegal question but wasn't sure if it is the same here. Reading this forum I understand its also illegal so do you know how, where should I report/complain this situation/company. Thank in advance
The question whether you have children or not is not illegal here. They latest need to know when the apply for the child allowance you get in addition of the salary.

The question whether you plan to have children/any more children is illegal.
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The question whether you have children or not is not illegal here. They latest need to know when the apply for the child allowance you get in addition of the salary.

The question whether you plan to have children/any more children is illegal.
For B permits, it is also relevant to withheld income tax.

There's even a duty to report changes in marital status and children. I remember when I applied to the family reunification visa for my wife 6 months after getting married. I got a strong reprimand from HR at the time because I did not notify getting married. So, HR took the marriage certificate date and asked the tax office for a recalculation
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What can be done if an illegal question is popped?
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For B permits, it is also relevant to withheld income tax.

There's even a duty to report changes in marital status and children. I remember when I applied to the family reunification visa for my wife 6 months after getting married. I got a strong reprimand from HR at the time because I did not notify getting married. So, HR took the marriage certificate date and asked the tax office for a recalculation
Not only foreigners, Swiss too.
Your marital status is not really a private matter, more like your name and birthdate

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What can be done if an illegal question is popped?
If you don't care to get the job you tell them straight: "This question is not permissible" (although I often got jobs BECAUSE I'm blunt).
If you wanna do it the soft way you give them a surprised look, then say:"I didn't think about that yet".
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Re: Illegal job interview questions

Sorry did not mean to use stereotypes to confirm my biases on my previous reply, but I suppose the question of taxes etc. The details are gathered before joining not during the interview. Say for example asking about religion in an interview is out of question yet taxes are determined by it.

I think here is how we could play this - Laugh it off as banter

I am more mature than I look -- Haha kids let's not go there .. or disappointment. it dosen't mean anything, you are not confirming nor denying - remember disappointment does not necessarily mean a denial and an Interview is not a tax declaration.

There is a down side to this -
if it's not banter they will insist on a specific answer because you have taken it as small talk and it can come across bad - apologise at this point, but atleast you as an interviewee have managed to separate banter from an interview question.

Now at this stage one is trying to address the employers concerns and not necessarily just provide an answer. So depending on the situation I would say something like

ahh yes, yes they are busy at school and my parents mind them .. or they have a full on day at school and the creche. What you have done here is address the underlying concern and not just answer the question.

Now as to if you want to lay out your plans right away and not laugh it off is your call. If I know I have lost the round and want to express my displeasure I laugh it off and then immediately addressing their underlying concern but specifically not the question that is an uneasy situation for an interviewer to be. At this point I would expect the interviewer to turn back with a valid reason or make some excuse or lay his/ her real concerns.

It's an employers market and I know I have lost the interview but the interviewee will think twice before asking me for a list of current and hereditary illnesses.

Haha I have a couple of crazy cousins let's not go there !!
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Not only foreigners, Swiss too.
Your marital status is not really a private matter, more like your name and birthdate
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That's exactly what I meant, it's a bit wild west and lax in legislation. At this point in UK or in EU GDPR would have been mentioned. Not many realise that a candidate has a right to see the interview notes and not just the result.
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That's exactly what I meant, it's a bit wild west and lax in legislation. At this point in UK or in EU GDPR would have been mentioned. Not many realise that a candidate has a right to see the interview notes and not just the result.
There is a Swiss privacy legislation as well, very similar to EU GDPR (and often, confusingly, referred to as GDPR as well).

That said, it's a very small country. No one has the balls to kick up a fuss, as they effectively get blacklisted, and the rumors spread fast.

I've made it a point to never listen to ANYONE other than the candidate when interviewing. I've upset our HR as I also don't really care about the random recommendation letters that appear to be endemic in Switzerland, and usually coded to be read in a special way. Show me a CV, and I'll tell you if I want to speak to the candidate. I don't care about name, picture, etc... (I actually had an argument with our hiring manager, as I explicitly stated I did not want to see pictures on CVs, and would prefer they eliminate that when sending the details through).
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Re: Illegal job interview questions

I can see how 'do you have kids' is useful question for assessing the candidate in CH.

Background: friend who is working in HR here in Germany says that he's baffled by how many candidates who are not in the country yet have no clue about costs of living, so he started to grill them all since it's a waste of time if they pass all stages and get the offer and then they realize it's not feasible for them.

So, considering that in CH kindergarden is really expensive, if you're not aware of that (yet), and you have kids and are currently unemployed, question is if your family actually can afford kids there with your salary.
Like, it's oftentimes that usually mother salary would be less or equal to the costs of childcare facilities, so it doesn't have any financial sense to work.
However, it has psychological sense, but then you're aware of that and can say 'yeah, I'm bored to death sitting at home with kids only, I love them, but I need socializing, they need it too, so I'm perfectly fine working for their childcare costs'.

So by asking that question, I can see how HR grills you to see if you did your homework and the cost/benefit analysis and how aware of the situation you really are.

My partner is being interviewed now, be it HR from companies or independent recruiters, and oftentimes marriage/kids/prices come up there on the table.
And since we're prepared with information, it ends up being just a proof for them that we're prepared, and not invasion to our privacy. I can see how people might see it as a 'they want to discriminate me and kick me out of the process', I had similar thoughts when I was younger.
Some probably do that for that reason, but then I'm on the side 'I don't want to work for such company anyway'.
However, I firmly believe that many life-related questions can really help with seeing how candidate is prepared - so your simple 'yes/no' answer works against you - they immediately see that you're not looking at a bigger picture and thinking outside of the box and you're not connecting the question with some general assessment but perceive it as an interrogation.

However, that being said, it ALL depends on the general tone of the interview.
If you don't feel respected, or otherwise good, you have every right to leave then and there. Polite or not, doesn't matter. If they're rude, flee.

Or become snarky if that's how you roll, for example if someone is asking 'are you working on children / planning more children', remember that it's perfectly equal to reply with 'do you like anal or oral more?'. And then look how confused they are. Works on relatives as well.
For older relatives 'if you want kids, make them yourselves' is also very efficient - you'll be perceived as rude, but question won't be asked ever again
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I can see how 'do you have kids' is useful question for assessing the candidate in CH.

Background: friend who is working in HR here in Germany says that he's baffled by how many candidates who are not in the country yet have no clue about costs of living, so he started to grill them all since it's a waste of time if they pass all stages and get the offer and then they realize it's not feasible for them.

So, considering that in CH kindergarden is really expensive, if you're not aware of that (yet), and you have kids and are currently unemployed, question is if your family actually can afford kids there with your salary.
Like, it's oftentimes that usually mother salary would be less or equal to the costs of childcare facilities, so it doesn't have any financial sense to work.
However, it has psychological sense, but then you're aware of that and can say 'yeah, I'm bored to death sitting at home with kids only, I love them, but I need socializing, they need it too, so I'm perfectly fine working for their childcare costs'.

So by asking that question, I can see how HR grills you to see if you did your homework and the cost/benefit analysis and how aware of the situation you really are.

My partner is being interviewed now, be it HR from companies or independent recruiters, and oftentimes marriage/kids/prices come up there on the table.
And since we're prepared with information, it ends up being just a proof for them that we're prepared, and not invasion to our privacy. I can see how people might see it as a 'they want to discriminate me and kick me out of the process', I had similar thoughts when I was younger.
Some probably do that for that reason, but then I'm on the side 'I don't want to work for such company anyway'.
However, I firmly believe that many life-related questions can really help with seeing how candidate is prepared - so your simple 'yes/no' answer works against you - they immediately see that you're not looking at a bigger picture and thinking outside of the box and you're not connecting the question with some general assessment but perceive it as an interrogation.

However, that being said, it ALL depends on the general tone of the interview.
If you don't feel respected, or otherwise good, you have every right to leave then and there. Polite or not, doesn't matter. If they're rude, flee.

Or become snarky if that's how you roll, for example if someone is asking 'are you working on children / planning more children', remember that it's perfectly equal to reply with 'do you like anal or oral more?'. And then look how confused they are. Works on relatives as well.
For older relatives 'if you want kids, make them yourselves' is also very efficient - you'll be perceived as rude, but question won't be asked ever again
How is it the companies business if someone can afford kindergarten?

Candidates that go through the process and then reject the offer are part and parcel of doing business.

The family may opt to use savings to pay for kindergarten, or have an aunt/grandparent, or something else.... they may choose to put up the kids for adoption - but that's their choice.

As a manager, I'm here to support my staff... but I will NOT dictate how they lead their private lives.
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So, considering that in CH kindergarden is really expensive.....
Kindergarden is free in Switzerland. And part of the schooling they are meant to do.

Childcare is expensive, that only bothers people with children younger than 4 years old.
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