You are currently an HR intern with Laureate Education and your manager has left you with several things to do (in no particular order) in her absence:
1-Schedule a candidate for an interview with the hiring manager for the Manager, International Business development position. We need this position filled immediately. The candidate is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, you are based in Baltimore, and the hiring manager is based in New Zealand. Recommend a time for the interview.
2- Your manager needs to find candidates for a newly opened position - Part Time faculty for the Interior Design program for NewSchool of Architecture + Design in San Diego and has asked for your recommendation on where we should begin with the candidate search. Faculty is needed for the upcoming Winter term start.
3- The background check for a candidate came back with a criminal charge of “driving an uninsured vehicle” and a “nolle prosequi” theft charge, neither of which were disclosed on the application. What are the next steps ?
4- Another intern has stopped by your desk and confided in you that her manager has been making inappropriate sexual comments and she’s feeling uncomfortable. He asks your opinion of what he should do.
5- An intern stopped by your desk and mentioned that she hasn’t gotten paid. She’s looking for guidance on what she needs to do.
6-You witness another intern going into the purse of her manager and pulling out money. What do you?
These are the questions:
1-Which one of these items should be addressed first and why? List them in order of priority explaining your reasoning.
2-Complete each of these tasks. What questions need to be asked in order to provide thoughtful recommendations?