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If hiring can be seen as a trade-off between hiring as quickly as possible and ensuring the best candidate is chosen, how does a public sector manager consider these opposing positions when considering the political ramifications?
In a situation of this nature I think that a public-sector manager would consider these opposing positions in a similar manner that a business manager or any other manager would consider these opposing positions. This is due to the fact that doing a very effective and efficient job of making the balance between hiring as quickly as possible and ensuring the best candidate is chosen will satisfy political ramifications in the vast majority of cases, due to the fact that hiring the most high-quality candidates for public-sector positions in the most expeditious manner possible leads to positive political outcomes as well. This is due to the fact that a public-sector manager's political reputation is ...
The solution discusses hiring and political ramifications.