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1. Explain why it is or is not a good practice to consider the connections a job applicant
might have that could enhance an employer’s business portfolio.
Every nation has its own set of laws, traditions, and ethics. In certain nations, using
relationships to get a position or employ someone with connections is ethical, while in others, it
is immoral and unacceptable. One can obey the laws of the nation in which they live. For
instance, it is appropriate to use India's connections to perform a selective recruiting procedure,
although the same activity is forbidden in the United States. But it is not deemed a safe idea, and
links do not determine if an applicant is qualified for the work. It is therefore essential to
understand the candidate's credentials, not just his or her contacts. Any business which recruits
individuals on a selective basis should adhere to the law of scrutinizing any detail of the
employee, even his networks (Persson, 2018). Consequently, networking is much more relevant
than ever since the number of candidates in this depressed economy has greatly increased.
Companies have no time to conduct the culling and exclusion procedures they used to do. They
are much less willing to take a gamble on an applicant recruited exclusively by a traditional
recruitment process without the recommendation of one or two trustworthy partners or
colleagues.
2. Discuss whether targeting the children of well- connected political or business leaders is
ethical.
In the United States, targeting the offspring of well-connected individuals could be
immoral and immoral. Culture shifts with the world, and what is unlawful and immoral in the
United States can be legal elsewhere. However, suppose anyone continues the trend of aiming at
the offspring of well-connected individuals. In that case, they should be aware that there are
repercussions, and there are individuals who will be affected or felt discriminated against as a

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result of their actions (Sobocka-Szczapa, 2021). Additionally, all people need a chance. It is the
skills that an individual is offering that should be considered and not their association to power
people.
3. Imagine that you are the Chief HR Officer for a company considering doing business in
China. You have been informed that many of your competitors have implemented
programs to hire the sons and daughters of influential Chinese leaders. What advice do
you give to your executive leadership team? Whose interests would be most important in
your policy decision?
If I were to guide him, I would advise him to read all there is to know about China and
take notes regarding how the recruiting method functions there. My recommendation is that he
continues to learn the legal and ethical stuff that a corporation should undertake to have an
informed decision. The clients, in my view, would be quite involved in my decisions because the
software would enable them to do business in China.

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1. Explain why it is or is not a good practice to consider the connections a job applicant might have that could enhance an employer’s business portfolio. Every nation has its own set of laws, traditions, and ethics. In certain nations, using relationships to get a position or employ someone with connections is ethical, while in others, it is immoral and unacceptable. One can obey the laws of the nation in which they live. For instance, it is appropriate to use India's connections to perform a selective recruiting procedure, although the same activity is forbidden in the United States. But it is not deemed a safe idea, and links do not determine if an applicant is qualified for the work. It is therefore essential to understand the candidate's credentials, not just his or her contacts. Any business which recruits individuals on a selective basis should adhere to the law of scrutinizing ...
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