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Sheet1 Page 1 2.1: Discuss the choices available to men and women in choosing an occupation (Powell, Ch. 4). Explain your answer in vie w Every occupation offers an opportunity to both men and women equally. However, the choices or preferences in choosing an o 2.2: Summarize the decisions by individuals in seeking employment (Powell, pp. 75-79), focusing on gender differences. The choices in seeking job opportunities differ between male and female. Individuals choosing work opportunities or ponderin g 2.3: Explain gender differences in job search behavior (Powell, pp. 81-83), and discuss the outcome of such behavior for male s Men are often more focus and devote more time to finding a job. The reason for the dedicated time and effort is men are con s 2.4: Outline the various decisions which must be made by organizations in recruiting male and female employees (Powell, pp. 8 Decisions made by organizations in recruiting for jobs are based on the job qualifications and the idea candidate for the positi o 2.5: Summarize the methods of improving employment decisions (Powell, pp. 91-96). What method is most significant? Justi f y Some methods of improving employment decisions are actions from both the job seeker and the company.
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course MGT 101 taught by Professor Hughes during the Spring '11 term at SMU.

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