The competition for Technical Talent

The competition for Technical Talent

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The competition for the technical talent synopsis

The end of the recession brought a lot of demand in the job sector in the global economy. The increase in the demand was so much on the side of the industries which were based on technology. The demand is because most of the fast growth that is seen in the social media, the mobile phones application and the e-commerce which has managed to create more people with skills in hardware and software development. The drop in the new listing of technical talents increased the competition that now exists in the market field for the professional employees. Moreover, the struggle has thus reflected or rather touched on some large companies and well-known members in the market like the Oracle, Microsoft and the Facebook which has managed to rob each other in the purchase of the best workers in the market.

Therefore, due to the current competition in getting the best talents in the area, some of the companies have engaged and embraced poaching which has strengthen some of the companies, but on the other hand, it has weakened some of the competitors who don’t play the game. For example, Juniper Networks managed to snatch some good executives from Cisco Company in the year 2011. The reasons have brought a lot of war between the companies that can be resembled the fight between the David and Goliath. The fight to get the best performing employees in the market has raised some imbalance in the economy hence weakening the upcoming company’s opportunity to join the market. However, there have been some unusual cases that have taken place in the when an employee is poached from a large company to a small business due to the issue of role and responsibilities. According to Danielle Deibler, it is very hard for a person to have some impact on the large companies as compared to the small businesses. Moreover, there have been some cases where some employers who are not themselves in the professional industries are still in demand for the high technical personnel in the market. These have led to the increase in the high-frequency trading firms that has caused a lot of competition and thus has denied people with the right skills not to get the good jobs in the Wall Street.

Question 1

When seeking for a new talent in the economy, the best thing to do is to create an enabling environment for any employee who comes to the company with the rightful position and roles. Based on the fact that most of the people have a high affinity for leadership and taking jobs, I will make sure that the senior technical person who is highly esteemed in the market has a promise a good position in the company. I will use the human resource department to make sure that they do their calculation well to create an enabling environment. Besides that, I will create an alternative side training center for the average people of no demand for the future of the company (Cappelli, 2009).

Question 2

As a large company, I will ask the hiring department to quote a high salary than what the other companies especially what the small businesses will not afford to grab the opportunity. This will out –do the small firms and I will make sure that the employee gets the right and best treatment while at work (Douglass & Edelstein, 2009).

Question 3

Other layoffs, I will open new branches to expand the company and take some employees there, and that is the perfect reason for taking the number to make them familiar with our environment (Douglass & Edelstein, 2009).

Secularism is considered sacred in France synopsis

France is one of the nation’s globally that does his things rightly and according to law. Many would think that France has a free spirited and advance culture, but it is not that way. The bill passed recently to burn the wearing of veils in public and, this is why some Muslim women were arrested for putting some masks in public. In a nutshell, Secularism is a belief that religion should not enter into any public and is always considered sacrosanct. Moreover, there have been some cases where the employment issue in France is traced to some religious aspect and according to the labor market data; the rate of Muslim unemployment in the nation is three times higher than any other countries such as the United States of America.

Question 1

To some extent, the people believe about the issue of being biased regarding religious activity, race and others are not true, this is because for one to get a job, there are some criteria and the right qualification to have the jobs (Cukierman & Gerlach, 2003). Most of the people in some communities and especially religion to some extent do not value education, and this has led to unemployment.

Question 2

This shows that the level of biasness is not concentrated and unruly. If there were some biasness, then the parents would have looked for some alternative to alternate their names to confuse the religion where they belong. The young Muslim may be upset by there is nothing they can do since that is determined by the policy of that particular country (Hurd, 2009).

Question 3

In the United States of America there is freedom of speech and expression and religion while in France there is no such freedom but rather they embrace secularism, and this makes France be more biased than the USA based on the policy. Nations like Germany and Spain, it is very to find employment of the black population due to the issue of racism in the area (Cukierman & Gerlach,2003).

Reference

Cappelli, P. (2009). The talent on demand–managing talent in an age of uncertainty. Human Resource Management International Digest, 17(6).

Cukierman, A., & Gerlach, S. (2003). The inflation bias revisited: theory and some international evidence. The Manchester School, 71(5), 541-565.

Douglass, J. A., & Edelstein, R. (2009). THE GLOBAL COMPETITION FOR TALENT The Rapidly Changing Market for International Students and the Need for a Strategic Approach in the US. Center for Studies in Higher Education.

Hurd, E. S. (2009). The politics of secularism in international relations. Princeton University Press.