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Publisher: CENGAGE L
ISBN: 9781133935940
Chapter 8, Problem 4DQ
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“If personnel hiring is done correctly, the other personnel control plans are not needed.” Do you agree? Discuss fully.

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To determine: Other personnel control plans are not needed if personal hiring is done correctly. Do you agree with the statement? and discuss.

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Discussion on whether other personnel control plans are not needed if personal hiring is done correctly:

Person X does not agree with the statement. He feels that the other personnel control plans and policies are equally important as personal hiring policies because all control policies collectively contribute to the optimal performance of employees. A sound hiring policies might hire the right employee but chances are high that the employee might change over a period of time...

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