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Utilitarian principle, affirmative action, discrimination

This response describes in detail the utilitarian principle, affirmative action and employment discrimination.

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In finding the best possible candidate, it is crucial to start by defining a jobs description. When requirements and qualifications become too definite and rigid it is likely one could eliminate the incorrect candidate. There are many exceptional contenders who may not fit the ideal mold, but can definitely be a perfect fit for the position. Start with developing and prioritizing vital requirements needed for the position such as experience, traits, professional uniqueness and special qualifications your company is seeking in a new hire. Make sure this application process does not eliminate candidates who do not convey all the preferred rudiments. (www.aterwynne.com, 2005) On the other hand, most positions are not credential specific, so do not get caught up in titles.

The description of the position is the basis of the hiring procedure. It is this document that informs all potential employees what will be anticipated from them as well as what is significant about their desired positions. Increasing diversity is also an essential step in the recruiting process. (Goree, 2008) It is here in these beginning stages where articulating your company's diversity expectations can be made known.

In today's contemporary business world, each person agrees that office prejudice and bigotry has no place. The problem lies in people not understanding the laws that protect them from such bias. So in its rawest form you need to implement wording such as "actively promotes diversity with a office setting", "contributes to the team by working effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds", "assists customers of all genders, race, ethnicity and backgrounds" and "demonstrates commitment to diversity ...

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In finding the best possible candidate, it is crucial to start by defining a jobs description. When requirements and qualifications become too definite and rigid it is likely one could eliminate the incorrect candidate. There are many exceptional contenders who may not fit the ideal mold, but can definitely be a perfect fit for the position. Start with developing.......

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