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Determine three (3) disadvantages resulting from placing the right people into the wrong jobs. Next, provide three (3) HRM selection decisions that an organization can use to mitigate this issue.

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Managers struggle at times with lacking the resources they require in order to complete projects or tasks. As a result of the lack of resources, personnel are shuffled around to fill key positions in order to get the work completed. The problem with shuffling personnel around is that not everyone is properly trained or suitable for the tasks at hand. The personnel put into the wrong jobs can get burnt out easily from working overtime because they are not qualified to do the job they have been assigned and thus struggle to meet the demands being put ...

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This solution discusses three disadvantages that come about from putting employees into jobs that do not match their skill set and expertise, and then discusses three courses of action that human resource management can take to mitigate this issue.