The right person for the job
How Do You Hire the Right Person for the Job?
As you can see from your reading, it is important to identify the right fit between the requirements for a job and
According to business journalists Pete Engardio and Dexter Roberts, the scariest three words that a U.S. manufacturer can hear these days are the China price. What is The China Price? “In general, it means 30% to 50% less than what you can possibly make something for in the U.S. In the worst cases, it means below your cost of materials. Makers of apparel, footwear, electric appliances, and plastics products, which have been shutting U.S. factories for decades, know well the futility of trying to match the China price. It has been a big factor in the loss of 2.7 million manufacturing jobs since 2000. Meanwhile, America’s deficit with China keeps soaring to new records.
1. Go to the Internet and research active job postings. Look at no less than two job posting sites and view a variety of different job descriptions. Look specifically at the job requirements and the skills required. Consider the different levels of detail provided.
2. Select a current job posting that is well written, and is of interest to you. Copy the url of the posting. (From California)
3. Consider the detailed description of the “Big Five Personality Traits” from your reading in the context of the job that you have identified. Describe how EACH of the traits should be considered when evaluating candidates. Finally, identify one trait that is or is not a match to your personality and your ability to fill the job successfully.
5. Create a assessment that includes the following information: