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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s stated mission is to stop and remedy unlawful employment discrimination. With a 2015 federal budget of over $365 million dollars, they will process over 88,000 cases against private and public sector firms. Since 2008, they have asked to significantly increase their budget to pursue more cases. If you were the U.S. President, would you agree with them? Why, or why not?
With baby boomers retiring now and over the next decade, what should the HR function in firms be doing to prepare for a leadership vacuum? What potential problems do you see these firms encountering? Share any ideas you have that could help solve these problems with your classmates.
- The best possible person a human resource professional can hire is the best person who applies for the job.
- If ability and intelligence are normally distributed, more people applying for a job increases the chances of an excellent person in the applicant pool.
Question: How can HR employees increase the amount of qualified and potentially excellent candidates to apply for a job while avoiding having to sift through those less-excellent applications?