Spotting Talent questions 1,2,and 5
Question 1) what does this case imply about the supply of and demand for employees and the implications for businesses? What I can say based of this case is that the supply and demand in employees and implications for businesses are extremely hard. Selecting and attracting an employee that has the perfect talent for the position for the companies success is very critical. Especially if this is applying for a tech company because the process depends and is all in the knowledge, the employees ability that are the ones to complete company efficiency, Skills, innovation, and most importantly ultimately, along with all the achievement financially.
Question 2) what’s the meaning behind the “search for the purple squirrel” in relation to spotting talent? Is this relevant to non-tech companies, as well? Discuss. The meaning of the small phrase the purple squirrel is supporting the idea of saying that the perfect employee for a companies success doesn’t exists or at least is very difficult if not impossible to find. I believe that this relates to non tech companies as much as it does to tech companies. All the companies want to hire the perfect employee when it comes to hiring someone new. Like a tech business does is that they are looking for the perfect employee that is like a wizard in technology, like a auto dealer is looking for the perfect sales man that is good in talking to customers and is good in marketing, and sales. And an Idea that I would do is for an interview set up a plan like a situation of the work that they are applying for. For example if applying for the auto sales then make a set up where the guy being interviewed gets the chance to treat a customer and see how they handle the situation that would be a more effective way of seeing the talent of that person not just what it says on the resume. The purple...
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