GB500 Purdue Unit 3 Discussion Paper.pdf

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Mueller, 2007). This solution would give companies a trained and qualified applicant, increase retention and promote employee satisfaction. Employers could lower the requirements for incoming applicants with the goal to provide on the job training. Relaxing the skill and educational requisites allows more candidates to qualify for the roles. In addition, this change to the requirements may allow companies to look at these as entry-level positions. As an entry-level position, this could decrease the salary expectations, and the money savings would be repurposed for training programs. The risk is that a company could be training the competitions’ workforce . The cost that the employer extends to hire and train these new workers is lost, if the employees move on to another company (Thompson et al., 2012). To have a robust candidate pool, recruit the future workforce at the high school level by introducing students to those roles that are in demand. Business leaders could use
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