Management

use the book “management a practical introduction” in your answers

The following questions are based on The Wall Street Journal article “Careers: Firms Flock to Cities With Top Talent — A pool of desirable workers is a key factor in deciding where to locate businesses” Your answers should be based on the article and supported by class concepts, using course terminology. From the book “Management a practical introduction”
This article focuses on the topics of Strategic Human Resource Management (Learning Objective 9.1) and Recruitment (Learning Objective 9.2).
Question 1a
Discuss, using concepts from other parts of Chapter 9 alternatives to the geographic-based employee searches described in the article.

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Question 1b
Discuss one other method, not from Chapter 9, that might also provide a full or partial solution to the problems described in the article (hint, look at chapters 12, 13 or 15).

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The following questions are based on The Wall Street Journal article “Mood Swings: As Personality Tests Multiply, Employers Are Split” that was posted earlier on Blackboard. Your answers should be based on the article and supported by class concepts, using course terminology. From the book “Management a practical introduction”.
Question 2a
Discuss a problem in using personality tests as described in the article – a problem which was not identified in the article, but was discussed generally in the textbook/lessons for our class.

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Question 2b
As a potential employer, what are your impressions on using these personality tests when you need to go out and hire new employees?

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Question 2c
As a potential employee, what would be your impressions on having to take these personality tests as part of the application process when looking for a new job?

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