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Methods for Reducing the Number of Unqualified Applicants

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Interviewing unqualified applicants can be a frustrating experience and a waste of time for managers, peers, or whoever is responsible for interviewing. How can the HR department minimize or eliminate this problem?

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It has been argued that training can lead to turnover, but career development can reduce it. Differentiate between training and career development. Why might training lead to turnover while career development might improve retention? Explain.

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There are number ways in which the HR department can minimize or eliminate the problem of interviewing unqualified applicants for jobs positions within an organization. One method by which the HR department can help to minimize the interviewing of unqualified applicants, is to ensure that the job requirements are clearly stated in the job announcements, as well as and recruiting efforts that are undertaken by the human resource department. In this way, applicants will be duly notified of the exact educational requirements, experience requirements, and other requirements that are commensurate with being qualified for the position or positions that are being offered.

Another method that HR can use in order to minimize this problem is to develop a method by which to adequately screen applications and or applicants for the job ...