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Does the term “Fair Selection” exist? April 3, 2009

Posted by Null in HRM.
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People always talk about equity and fair selection when it comes to employment of human resources. But what do we mean by “fair selection”? Does it exist in the corporate sphere? Fairness cannot exist especially in selecting something. You go to a restaurant, choose a menu that suits your appetite and budget, and eventually you don’t select the others. That is being both unfair and fair in a sense because you reject the other menus (unfair) plus you cannot take the others because of your circumstances (fair). Something that might perceive fair to me, might not be fair in the eyes of others. It is how we see things. But a 100% fairness do not exist anywhere in the world. From an organizational perspective, fair selection is barely achievable.

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