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    Discussion Questions - Interviewing

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    Discussion Questions:

    You have been asked to form a committee to interview a potential candidate for a supervisory position. Would you as head of the human resource department meet with the committee prior to any interviews? If yes, what would you say to the members? If no, why would you not meet with them?
    An employee came to you (Manager, Human Resources) and claimed a supervisor made discriminatory remarks. What would be your first step?

    Read the questions and respond with an answer that is no longer than 100 words.

    Discussion Questions:

    Review your company's Affirmative Action Plan. Does it reflect what you have read and studied in this lesson? What are its strengths? What are its weaknesses? Please post your response on the Discussion Board and interact with other students.

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    Human Resources Committee
    As a human resource manager it is imperative that you speak or meet with the committee to discuss the qualities you are looking for in a candidate. It is also important to develop a list of interview questions that will help with the selection of the appropriate candidates. These questions should be developed that will ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution discusses how to form a committee to interview a potential candidate for a supervisory position and all persons involved and how that interview would be performed. The second part of this solution discusses a scenario when an employee came to a Manager of Human Resources and claimed a supervisor made discriminatory remarks and what the first steps would be to address the issue; and finally, a review of a company's Affirmative Action Plan and discusses whether or not it reflects what you have read and studied in this lesson? What are its strengths? What are its weaknesses?

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