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Human Resources Hiring Questions

1. What are the requirements for the position and who appears to be the best fit for the job?

2. What information would you like to make a final decision and how would you get it?

3. What questions would you ask in an interview and what would constitute a good answer?

I want to make sure I'm writing the right thing. The is a case study homework.

See attachment of Bitstream case study. Harvard Case Study: "Note on the Hiring and Selection Process"

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1. What are the requirements for the position and who appears to be the best fit for the job?

Try and think of the requirements for the position as imperative measure of success in accomplishing the job tasks listed in the job description. In education is important in deciphering the years of industry specific knowledge as indicated in the attached case study for outlining the length of expertise within the industry. Thus, the main objective in analyzing potential candidates as the best fit for the job the fundamental requirement of years of experience provides a consensus to having job competency. Some key areas of focus in deciphering the requirements for the position entail:

a. Experience - (Try and think of the years of on the job training or experience that reinforces the job position, i.e. mortgage closer at another bank for several years with a bachelor degree).

b. Professional ...

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The requirements for a job position is provided. The information which would make a final decision and how it would get it is determined.

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