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    My staffing strategy is to over-hire by 10% the actual number of needed employees in any job category. This is to make sure hiring needs are met. I am reasoning that some of the new hires will renege on the accepted offer, as well as I can renege on some of the offers if I need to in order to end up with the correct number of new hires. From an ethical perspective what should be my concerns, is this ethical?

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    The ethical concerns that I can see with this approach include the following:

    1) You are hiring people who may be assuming that you are offering them a firm job opportunity, and they may make life changes based on this (move, plan on ...

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    The expert examines the ethics of staffing strategies.