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  • What employers are looking for in a job applicant?

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    What employers are looking for in a job applicant? Finding a job, whether it is the first, a return to work after years at home, or just another step in the career, is never easy. Most job seekers have a distorted sense of an employer’s priorities in making hiring decisions. Too many applicants put the emphasis on educational credentials and ignore the qualities employers seek with the keenest interest. What do employers look for in job candidates? What impresses them the most? Knowing what an employer

  • The Effectiveness of Selection Interviews

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    Selection process. Candidates can be classified as the applicants for a vacancy that they have seen advertised. The chosen business for this question is M&S. It is here at this stage, the M&S employee (who is the candidate) and the employer are generally in the meeting situation. An interview is a form of test or assessment. However, it is also clarified as a formal discussion, especially one in which an employee assess, n applicant for a job. Interviews are always conducted and arranged

  • Selection Interview

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    Selection Interview "Selection is increasingly important as more attention is paid to the costs of poor selection, and as reduced job mobility means that selection errors are likely to stay with the organization for longer." (Torrington and Hall, 1998, p221) The selection decision has always been important as the way for a company to obtain the human resource that is appropriate for the job and company. There are many methods for selection such as: testing, advertising, completing application

  • Staffing

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    influencing applicants to apply for a certain vacant position. Whenever there are vacancies, it is necessary to find a person to fill those vacancies. Some organizations do not wait until the vacancy arises, but they anticipate such vacancies and new openings in the short and long run and thus plan for future needs. Steps in Recruitment 1. Study the different jobs in the company and writing the job description and specification. 2. Requisition for new employee. 3. Recruiting qualified applicants. 4. Reception

  • Sylvia Plath's Arrival Of The Beebox

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    In a number of her poems, Sylvia Plath expresses a concern with the need to be in control. The speaker is often invested with power and is placed beside the underlying fear of being over ridden by the 'other'. In order to maintain an authorative position, she confronts with the 'enemy' and ponders on the unknown, leaving readers inexplicably drawn by the experiences described. Yet Plath's other preoccupations are contrary to the investiture of power in the poetic voice, where the main subject is

  • affirmative action

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    know is that, the law school considers diversity for a positive motive. Through diversity, students would be understanding of each others culture and come to respect different views. The school?s program is also flexible enough to ensure that each applicant is evaluated as an individual and not in a way that makes race or ethnicity the defining feature of the application. The law school has also been found to have considered non-minorities with low grade point averages and therefore, Grutter cannot

  • Stages Of Recruitment

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    Ferries Brittany Ferries has to give information on a job description so the applicants should know what their list of duties are e.g. cleaning the cabins, washing dishes or cooking as a chef. Their job description has to give information on how much the applicant is going to get paid, how many hours the applicant is going to work depending on if he or she works on land or boat. If there is know job description then applicants won’t have a clue on what they are doing. Person specification: If a company

  • Surveying

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    Surveying The commonwealth of Massachusetts has many different requirements for people who want to become registered land surveyors. Applicants for registration as a Land Surveyor require five references; three of these five must be from registered Land Surveyors who have seen the work of the applicant. The present supervisor should also be a reference. These references should cover the applicant’s entire surveying career. Acceptable education for registration as a Land Surveyor with four years

  • The LBC Program

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    report will be produced for each employee entered. All position scores will be printed first. These scores show you how well the applicant scored in each open position. Each position score is based on a score of 100. A score of 51 to 75 means the applicant has the right personality and traits to do the job, but is weak in some areas. A score of over 75 means the applicant has the right personality and traits to do a good job. Of course, they also need the education and experience. All scores are produced

  • The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

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    offer, and employment. During the first stage, an employer is not allowed to ask questions that are likely to cause the applicant to reveal a disability. At this stage, the employer cannot require medical tests and can only ask whether an applicant can perform essential job-related functions, with or without reasonable accommodation. After an offer has been made but before the applicant has started working, employers have the freedom to ask any type of medical question or require any medical test, but