Week 2 Discussion Questions

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DQ 1

What are the strengths and limitations an employer may have in providing benefits to employees? How can this impact productivity and retention? Are there reasons not to provide benefits to employees?

DQ 2

Go to this website and take the Race Implicit Association Test https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html. After you have received your results, answer the following questions: How do you feel about your results (you do not have to share what they are)? Due to the fact that most people have some unconscious racial bias, explain whether given the same credentials, you think two candidates, of two different races, with an identical resume, have an equal chance at getting hired. Why or why not?


I am a 27 african american female.

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Robyn1994
School: University of Maryland

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Running Head: EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

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Employee Benefits

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EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

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Employee Benefits

DQ 1
Employers are not legally obliged to provide benefits such as pension plans, paid
vacations, as well as health insurance to their employees. As a result, this brings in the question
of why employees provide these benefits to their employees. There are numerous strengths of
providing these benefits to employees that compel most employers to offer them. Benefits
packages often help the employers in attracting as well as retaining the best employees in the
market (Beam & McFadden, 2001). With the high expenses associated with recruiting new
employees, employers must ensure that they attract the best talent in the market. Benefits
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