Most common established businesses with large

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Most common established businesses with large workforces in South Korea still use this method to date. One main difference in the hiring process between the United States and South Korea are questions on the application. In the US, questions such as age, marital status, gender and race are prohibited from being asked both on paper and in person. In South Korea, all questions may be asked along with attaching a picture of the applicant for review. Chapman Auto Parts will need to determine how to streamline the hiring process as candidates from both the US and South Korea will be interviewed. It is recommended that Chapman Auto Parts develop an organizational hiring process that fits both countries’ needs without jeopardizing policies. Legal Considerations History has shown that Korean laws are not constant or enforceable. Lawyers in South Korea are left to interpret laws individually, whereas in the United States, laws are enforced by a judge. Most disagreements are settled outside of a courtroom, and lawsuits are used as a last resort. Corruption and bribery runs high in South Korea, as companies and net worth are not as transparent as US businesses. Chapman Auto Parts should seek assistance from South Korean organizations to establish business.

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