Comm 215: Case Study

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Comm/215 Case Study Introduction The common perception of a recruiter is evolving quickly in the workplace (Boswell 2001). Where once recruiters were viewed as a tool to simply acquire candidates, modern recruiters have greater responsibilities to their clients. These responsibilities can include tasks such as organizing paperwork, completing pre-screening measures, and even occasionally preparing training curriculum (Darrell 2002). Recruiters are further expected to provide quality screening of candidates and ensure the optimal match for each applicable position within a company (Posner 2006). As with any other job within a company, recruiters must take this work seriously and avoid procrastination to ensure a smooth transition for their candidates into the new workplace. Should the transition fail to be smooth, the full blame modernly falls on the recruiter who failed to use proper coordinating strategy. On that same note, the corporate world is rapidly changing and many job expectations are becoming unstated or implied. Often times training materials for positions cover standard policies without actually detailing the roles within a certain position. This lack of actual knowledge can cause gaps that require new employees to take initiative and speak up when they are unsure of their role within a position. The following case study details the implications of failing to take such initiative. Background Carl Robbins is a recruiter for ABC Inc. He has been in

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