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Jonathan Bologna Professor Crampton Human Resource Management 25 September 2017 Job Analysis and Hiring Decisions at Ovania Chemical 1. I would go about conducting a job analysis by first, brainstorming with other employees on what the job should entail. I would then write down all of the tasks and responsibilities that the job would require in order to be effective. Having a basis now for what I am looking for, I would go ahead and use what Ovania did and consider a wide range of applicants. They would then be tested on specific qualities and skills that would be necessary in performing the job accordingly. Every applicant would have a fair chance at getting the job, regardless of race, ethnicity and gender. Whoever the managers would see being the best fit and based off of their scores would be granted an offer letter, depending on the amount of people that our company needed. 2. Because there was a two-year lead time before the newly transformed position would
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