Identify two current issues about the role and value of credit and criminal background check and its relevance to recruitment and staffing.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 2:22 am ad1c9bdddf
I have to identify two current issues about the role and value of credit and criminal background check and its relevance to recruitment and staffing also how are they positively and/or negatively impact this area
One current issue with recruitment and staffing abut the role and value of credit and criminal background check is that these checks are inappropriate for the jobs. For instance, if a person has applied for the post of a foreman and a credit check is carried out on him the check is inappropriate for the position. There are some restriction that The Fair Credit Reporting Act controls what a company can find out by hiring an outside firm for credit check. However, The FCRA does not prevent a potential employer from making credit checks on employees. The issue is that if a person has been bankrupt recently, ...
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HR relationship to leadership: Recuitment, staffing, organizational culture
I've come to recognize that it's also important to understand that technology drives the logic of the new economy to the next step - to people (the knowledge workers) whose skills, abilities, and commitments will ultimately determine whether a company can be successful. And intellectual capital will go where it is wanted and it will stay where it is well treated. It can't be driven; it can only be attracted. Hence, the role of the HR professional in recruitment and staffing, as well as in creating an organizational culture that will best sustain top talent.
Therefore, we can see that the location of the new economy is not actually in technology; it's in the human mind. HR professionals, then, was to attract top employees, retain them, create environments in which the best employees can excel, motivate them, train them, develop them, and 'serve' them! It's been said that 'Knowledge is power'. In actuality, applied knowledge is power.
So, what would be the relationship between HRM and leadership?
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