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  • Pros And Cons Of Recruiting Candidates

    I believe that the last candidate interviewed should be the one that is hired. This decision is based upon my evaluation on several factors. First, the urgency of the position that needs to be filled. This position is an integral part of the organization and should be filled post haste. Second, the professional and business like quality of the candidate in question. The candidate in question presented a level of professionality that seemed fit for the position. However, her make-up seemed to be a little bit on the extreme side, but I do not believe this to be a major issue looking at the bigger picture. Third, how the candidate measured up to the others. We have interviewed around 100 candidates and in the end we decided that three were worth…

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  • The Manchurian Candidate Film Analysis

    Few movies are sought fit for a remake, but in the case of The Manchurian Candidate (1962), it presented an opportunity to update this classic political thriller into modern times. Producing a remake also presents the risk of losing the original message altogether. Both films begin with an American soldier who is essentially brainwashed into becoming an assassin utilized by his own political family, more specifically his mother, to infiltrate the presidency of America. Behind the brainwashing…

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  • Television's Influence On Presidential Elections

    allows direct contact between election candidates and the people, while others would argue that the presence of television influences…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Ben Carson

    John F. Kennedy once said, “The ignorance of one voter in a democracy impairs the security of all” (BrainyQuote). In order to make a well-educated presidential vote, one must be well informed on the candidates at hand. Failing to know key aspects about the candidate puts the entire democracy in danger because the right to vote is then wasted. There are countless aspects of a candidate’s life that are crucial to note when attempting to better understand the position and viewpoints of a candidate.…

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  • Primary Colors Film Analysis

    consistency throughout the decades to portray political candidates as immoral, womanizing, and scandalous are not however the only portrayals that remain consistent throughout the different eras. While the candidates are all extremely flawed in many more ways than one, that does not mean that they do not also possess the qualities that allowed them to gain the political standing that they possess. No constituency would ever elect these candidates, or even be considering them for higher office…

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  • Inductee Interview Report

    This year I started working on campus at UNI in the Postsecondary Education and Educational Leadership office. For the first part of the semester, my job was to assist in planning the Hall of Excellence event that has been happening every year for the past 13 years at UNI. Through this task, I had the opportunity to meet Jason Lau. Jason Lau was nominated by the Hall of Excellence committee as a candidate to be an inductee for the Class of 2016. To be nominated as a candidate, an individual must…

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  • Workforce Planning: A Case Study

    A key consideration for HR is that any test used must be clearly related to the job and a proven predictor of success (Reed & Bogardus, 2012). Testing can be used to assess cognitive ability, personality, and knowledge, all of which have a long and proven history in the prediction of job performance (Kantrowitz, Dawson, & Fetzer, 2011). Advances in technology now allow organizations to administer many of the tests online. Internet-based testing can efficiently screen candidates, reduce hire…

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  • Debate Speech Example

    tonight’s debate streaming live from Shoreline Amphitheater outside Google headquarters. From all of us here in Mountain View, thanks for joining us. [to the camera] Tonight is the fourth and final presidential debate and voters’ last chance to see the candidates side-by-side before casting their ballots next Tuesday. Much could be determined in the next 90 minutes; so let’s get to it. [turns] To start things off, I’m going to ask that our two candidates introduce themselves to our live audience…

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  • Advantages Of Interest Groups

    interests groups will continue to grow over the years. Interest groups are an assemblage of individuals who share common objectives and who actively attempt to influence policymakers. They exist for us to have a voice and act upon it. Any individual who is willing to make a difference for their cause is welcomed to join a group. They operate at all levels of the government and use a variety of strategies to steer policies in ways beneficial to their interests. Three methods used to influence the…

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  • Spegal And Hoyce Lemay: Article Analysis

    companies, begins his side of the argument by referencing statistics related to the topic. He states that according survey conducted by the SHRM in 2013, over 77 percent of companies use this method to screen their applicants. He goes on to defend this method by highlighting the positive outcomes this could have for future applicants. He claims that companies, when conducting the screenings, try and look for the good attributes in a candidate rather than the bad. For example, posts written on…

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