bsa564 finding future leaders paper

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Human resource mangers are selecting the top candidates for the positions available in their perspective companies. The article, Star Search by Alix Stuart, discusses the demand is for a Master of Business Administration (MBA) candidate. The targeting of college campuses is not new. What is new are the high numbers of MBA candidates to that are available to select. Human resource managers have three criteria’s for selecting a college or university. They are; past experiences with students at the school, ranking of the school quality, and the cost of recruiting at a particular school (Heneman, 2006). The HR manager has to acquire a school that has a good reputation for producing quality candidates. Every year The Princeton Review and Money Magazine list the top schools in the country for MBA candidates. The cost of recruiting at a college is very costly. Therefore, the HR manager has to evaluate whether or not the cost of college recruitment will add to the overall development and success of the company. MBA candidates are in high demand due to their previous employment
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2008 for the course HR BSA 564 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '07 term at Averett Unversity.

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