Wwek 3 | Human Resource Management homework help


Imagine you are head of the HR department and you have been asked to  review five applicants for the sales clerk position at your company. During the interview process, you learn the following information about each applicant:

The Applicants


Alice has 10 years of experience in sales, but can be easily  distracted. She will not work on commission and cannot work weekends.  She can be a little obstinate, but has an excellent job history. She  also requires ADA accommodations, due to an injury sustained during  military service.


Mary has one year’s experience, but is very congenial and loves  working with people. Her work schedule is very flexible, but she can  become a little stressed at times and has been known for having to  quietly leave and regroup for a short time. Mary also considers herself  an advocate for human rights, with an emphasis on race relations, and is  known to voice her opinions related to racial injustice to others.


James has seven years’ experience, a master’s degree in business,  aspirations of owning his company in the near future, and is very  religious. He is known to make biblical references often, encourages  others to attend his church, and has requested 80 hours in advance to  attend religious conferences within the next six months.


Sam has six years’ experience, and is willing to work all shifts. Sam  is transgender, prefers gender-neutral pronouns (they/them), and is  looking for a new job, due to workplace bullying at a previous place of  employment.


Justin has five years’ experience, is a hard worker, flexible, and  has a great job history. Justin is also someone that you met in college,  dated briefly, and have not seen in a few years.

Candidate Selection

Decide which candidate would be the right fit for the sales clerk position.

  • Describe the thought process that led to your decision and your reasons for not selecting one of the other candidates.
  • Justify your choice, including all of the considerations or factors that influenced your selection.

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