Hiring Based on Merits

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  • Topic: Economic inequality, Income inequality metrics, Gini coefficient
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Running Head: Hiring Based On Merits Hiring Based On Merits Nichole Roy Inver Hills Community College Social Inequalities April 7th, 2013

Merits can be considered to be rewarded or consider as being excellent ant a specific act or for example a merit is a “commendable quality act” ( n.a.). When talking about being hired based off ones merits, “The earliest example of a merit system dates back to the Qin and Han dynasties in (Qin-256-202 B.C.E.- (Han-202 B.C.E.-220 C.E. and was used to keep a complex government (FC54.) The merit system started in China and went to Greece and made its way to the United States “in 1829 when Andrew Jackson became president” and was the main hiring tool in the government system. For example, “The merit system is the process of promoting and hiring government employees based on their ability to perform a job, rather than on their political connections (n.a.) Today, the merit system is a handy hiring tool for companies and small business when they hire for positions (Attorney General 2008). People should be hired on the level of merits they have to offer, in which can be a conflict for many that are less fortunate (Black 1952). Hiring based off merits will only help companies produce a stronger operating business and staff.-but could this cause conflict for the less fortunate that never had access to...
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