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    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. A major component of Republican candidate Ben Carson is his past, which will enviably influence his future. Carson was born in Detroit, Michigan, on September 18, 1951 with the full name of Benjamin Solomon Carson (Biography.com Editors). Carson was…

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    Workforce Planning Human resource (HR) professionals play a critical role in employee selection and workforce planning, key determinants in the success of any organization. Effective selection procedures can assist HR in recruiting talent that is best equipped to advance organizational objectives. Interviewing, testing, realistic job previews, assessment centers, and reference checks all bring unique value to the selection process. HR must have a thorough understanding of employment…

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    Online networking is a key player in the pursuit of employment process today.Social networking and systems administration locales can be utilized for professions exploration, employment looking for and to market yourself to future bosses and additionally dealing with your social life something that numerous understudies and graduates are shockingly unconscious of. In a late review by SHL, under 40% of graduates said they would consider promoting themselves to browse and promote on the web. This…

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    Ben Carson, a candidate for the Republican nomination for President in the 2016 election, has introduced a policy he calls the “Balanced Budget Amendment”. This amendment would put in place a flat tax in which all Americans would pay 10 percent of their income, with no exceptions I 'm place. In addition to the flat tax, this amendment would require Congress to create a thorough federal budget, where they are only able to spend what they collect in taxes. In other words, the revenue brought in…

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    done an excellent job of building and maintaining relationships with local colleges. The company recently received an award from U of M Dearborn for consistently hiring co-ops and interns even during economic downturn. • Vector offers a competitive compensation package. At least 20% of the participants in my local survey stated that a weak compensation package hindered their ability to secure talent. However, Vector’s Director did state that despite offering market wages, larger firms with…

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    in the wording of the specialized experience statement specify a specific section within the air transportation industry. The term commercial focuses on major airlines such as American Airlines or United Airlines. The small changes in the wording classify the differences and label the categories. The results in the small changes in the wording of the specialized experience statement made a difference. It specifically targeted the required practice or specialized experience for each category. …

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    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…

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

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    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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    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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