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Based upon your determination of the overall HR strategy at MITRE, how does it compare and/or differ to your current organization's (or previous organization, association, industry, etc.) strategy? Explain.

MITRE uses a successful referral program as one venue to attract individuals. What are some elements of their success that could be copied by your organization? What might be difficult to duplicate or implement? If you had the opportunity to think "out of the box" what would you recommend for your organization? Why?

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Based upon your determination of the overall HR strategy at MITRE, how does it compare and/or differ to your current organization's (or previous organization, association, industry, etc.) strategy? Explain.

The strategy of my current organization differs entirely from that of MITRE. In my company, if an applicant is recommended by an internal person, in most probability, he is rejected. The reason is that my company feels that employees should be impartial and fair in their dealings. A referred candidate is not likely to be fully impartial in the discharge of his duties. Further, relatives and friends of present employees are discouraged from applying to the company. In fact, the CEO tells the story of what happened when two employees of our company decided to marry. They were given a choice one of the persons could leave the company.

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