Report on Recruitment, Selection and Induction Process

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Running head: RECRUITMENT SELECTION AND INDUCTION PROCESSManaging Recruitment Selection and induction ProcessName of the StudentStudent IDName of UniversityAuthor Note
2RECRUITMENT SELECTION AND INDUCTION PROCESSTable of ContentsQuestion 4:.......................................................................................................................................6Part II:..............................................................................................................................................9Question 1:.......................................................................................................................................9Question 2:.....................................................................................................................................10Question 3:.....................................................................................................................................10Part A.............................................................................................................................................10Part B.............................................................................................................................................11
3RECRUITMENT SELECTION AND INDUCTION PROCESSQuestion 1:What is the public policy exception to employment at will? Give one example of atermination that may be construed as an exception to employment at will based on publicpolicy.Answer:It has been studied that most of the workers in the United States are covered under thenecessities of “Employment at Will”. According to the regulations of such, employers have thepower and right to change the terms of employment unless employees are covered by any of thefollowings:a. Provision of legal action for the employees and the workers covered by both state and federallawb. Collective Bargaining Agreementc. Public PolicyFollowing examples are the overview of the public policy exception to employment at will:A. Employers are prohibited from the process of dismissal of the employees who are found tohave claimed “workers compensation”.B. Workers those were found to have reported legal transgression by their employers ought notto be fired in any case
4RECRUITMENT SELECTION AND INDUCTION PROCESSQuestion 2:Define disparate impact and disparate treatment. How do they differ?Answer:Both of the terms i.e. disparate impact and disparate treatment are associated withdiscriminatory practices in terms of employment. When certain policies, rules and practiceswithin an organization appear to be neutral or unbiased result in a lopsided impact on a protectedgroup, disparate impact occurs.On the other hand, disparate treatment or differential treatment is considered when thereis an intentional discrimination in employment of the candidates in an organization. It happensduring the recruitment process. However, in most of the cases, it is based on the social orexternal influences. These are highly discriminatory in senses.Differences:Both the terms differ on the basis of the practices in organizational level. However, thebasic difference lies on the intention. Disparate impact is often considered or identified to beunintentional whereas disparate treatment or differential treatment is often considered to beintentional. For instance, disparate impacts are observed on unintentional elimination of theminority applicants that is disproportionate in nature. On the other hand, if the recruitersintentionally eliminate a specific group or individual of candidates not based on qualification orpotency, it can be regarded as disparate treatment.
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