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University of Phoenix Recruitment and Selection Strategy Paper

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Question Description

Research discrimination laws that apply to employee recruitment and selection, negligent hiring, compensation laws under FLSA, and categories of employees using current sources from the Internet, your texts, or the University Library.

Create a 12- to 15-slide presentation with detailed speaker notes using Microsoft® PowerPoint® to outline the steps in the new hire training process for your company.

Summarize the following information in your presentation:

  • Identify at least three discrimination laws that could be violated in the recruitment and selection of employees, and explain how to avoid those violations.
  • Identify components of negligent hiring practices, and explain how to avoid claims.
  • Describe minimum wage and overtime requirements under FLSA.
  • Identify at least three categories of employees, the advantages of each of the categories compared to independent contractors, and the disadvantages of each of the categories.

Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.

Create correctly formatted APA references and a title page, and include a minimum of three references.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

Final Answer

Here you go buddy.

Recruitment and Selection Strategy outline
I.

Discrimination laws that could be violated in the recruitment and selection of employees,
and how to avoid those violations.

II.

Components of negligent hiring practices, and to avoid claims.

III.

Minimum wage and overtime requirements under FLSA.

IV.

Categories of employees, the advantages of each of the categories compared to
independent contractors, and the disadvantages of each of the categories.


Recruitment and Selection Strategy
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation
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Discrimination laws: Privacy Act 2003
 Avoids discriminatory fashion of hiring
 Promotes retention/protection of private information
 Requires lawful collection of personal information
 Ensures collection of information limited to the purpose of

recruitment
 Prevents contravention of the law when reviewing job

specifications, advertisements, and application forms

Privacy Act 2003: Avoiding its Violation
 Collecting only the necessary information
 Avoiding unnecessary disclosure of an applicant’s private

information
 Disregarding any superfluous in...

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