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“You Manage It!
2” in Managing Human Resources (2016, p. 177). After reading the case,
complete the following items:1.Write a summary of the case,2.Answer the critical thinking
questions, and3.Elaborate on two key learnings from
the case related to recruitment, selection, and legal considerations. Be sure
to clearly state the two key learnings and defend them in well-organized,
scholarly responses.A key learning
is defined as significant knowledge gained from reading the case. You may
choose to explain your key learnings by offering a real-world application,
personal insight, your thoughts and opinions about what was stated, how it is
handled at your company, etc.Please arrange
your summary, questions, and key learnings in a well-organized, scholarly
response of 2-3 pages. Support your observations and opinions with citations
from 2-3 credible sources documented according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. The
CSU-Global Library is a great place to search for credible and scholarly
sources.You manage it
#2The economy is
tight, and there is competition among applicants to land jobs. This setting is
expected to lead to an increase in the number of applicants who will
misrepresent their background and credentials. The hope, of course, is that
this bit of fudging will help them get the job. The misrepresentations might
involve a change in the date of birth, shifting a college major, or maybe even
the fabrication of a degree. There may also be lies about criminal records. The
fact of the matter is that these misrepresentations, whether “little white
lies” or major fabrications, are fraud. It is expected that fraud will be
engaged in by approximately 30 percent of job applicants.Critical Thinking Questions
5-17. Do
you think fraud on resumes and job applications is an important issue for
organizations? Why or why not?
5-18. Sometimes
qualifications and credentials are important. For example, do you think it
is important that your professors actually have the required
qualifications (e.g., a PhD) to teach university-level classes? Is it
important that your doctor have the qualifications that the medical board
indicates are needed? Why?
5-19. If a
fraudulent imposter can perform the job, what’s the harm?

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