ETH MODULE 2 SLP-What The Recruiter Never Told You

ETH MODULE 2 - Running head WHAT THE RECRUITER NEVER TOLD YOU What the Recruiter Never Told You TUI University 1 WHAT THE RECRUITER NEVER TOLD YOU

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Running head: WHAT THE RECRUITER NEVER TOLD YOU 1 What the Recruiter Never Told You ________________________ TUI University October 29, 2010
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WHAT THE RECRUITER NEVER TOLD YOU 2 What The Recruiter Never Told You The Soldier’s Creed, also known as Warrior Ethos, of the United States Army states the following “I will always place the mission first… I will never leave a fallen comrade” (2005). Nevertheless, there are times in a soldier’s career when he or she questions the integrity of the tasked mission and whether those in authority have set people up or failure. This paper will discuss the initial entry process into the Army or recruiting and elaborate on some unethical issues surrounding recruitment. Recruiters have a difficult job in that they must serve in the position for a minimum of three years. Essentially, a recruiter’s job is to enlist qualified volunteers for employment with the U.S. Army or other branches of service (e.g., Navy, Air Force, and National Guard). Although the assigned task to recruit may seem simple, recruiters also have to be salespeople in their own right in that they must have a sound platform and
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2012 for the course ETH 501 taught by Professor Dr.lamer during the Fall '11 term at Trident Technical College.

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ETH MODULE 2 - Running head WHAT THE RECRUITER NEVER TOLD YOU What the Recruiter Never Told You TUI University 1 WHAT THE RECRUITER NEVER TOLD YOU

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