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Unformatted text preview: or the three years previous experience. You should make certain managers with MBAs and/or more experience were not assigned to more problematic stores. If so, this must be factored into analysis. 4. If CompTech decides to drop the MBA requirement, what possible effects could such a change in policy have on other human resource activities? What possible advantages do you see by keeping the MBA? The turnover rate of associate managers is likely to go down since many associates left CompTech because of the external recruit ment/ hiring efforts. The costs of recruiting are also likely to go down. In addition, since a disproportionate number of white males met the MBA and previous experience specification, dropping these credentials as a condit ion of employment for store manager shoul...
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