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Hiring Employees

Hiring Employees

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Hiring Employees (Persuasive) Businesses should hire employees for their entire lives. Do you agree or disagree?

Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. There are different types of businesses. They also differ in their missions and goals. Most of them operate to obtain financial gains. Others are nonprofit because they are service oriented. Some exist because of support and patronage from its member-clients or subscribers. Each one has its own rules and regulations that affect its hiring policies. Employment also varies from part-time, full-time, seasonal, or contractual basis. The more job opportunities there are the more chances to choose from for prospective employers and employees. Should businesses hire employees for their entire lives? It would depend entirely on the type of business that the company is operating on. There are institutions that would benefit on lifetime employment while others do not. Let me show you the advantages and disadvantages of hiring employees for life in the following examples. In community development, the projects are on a long-term basis. It would be advantageous if the staff are members of the community and can devote their whole lives for the community. Likewise, they should also be employed for life. A well-developed community fosters camaraderie, stronger family ties, and prosperity. Long-term community development is easier to implement in a rural setting where the food production, cottage industries, schools, and local government can support the whole population for life. Everyone is involved because they have the same culture. Education and training are required by the teachers and students to constantly upgrade their skills to suit their community requirements. Therefore, lifetime employment is good in a conservative community set up. On the contrary, let us look into a free trade society like Hong Kong. It is a city that never sleeps. It is a haven for business traders, wholesale buyers, and travelers. Free trade economy thrives on financial trade and investments. Commerce and trade, however, cannot guarantee lifetime employment. Furthermore, company success is equated with monetary standards. The more trading activities and exchanges there are, the greater the gains. The marketplace is constantly in need of creative minds. Likewise, the fierce competition needs agile decision makers. Definitely, a company in a free trade economy depends on its financial performance to flourish and support its employees. Failure to maintain its financial requirements would mean dissolution. Similarly, these companies have different set ups and incentives to maintain loyalty from its employees and agents. Their members are proactive and contribute to their success. With all of the reasons given, I do agree of having full-time members of the community working hand-in-hand to support for its development. I do prefer a community that can provide its members education, healthcare, and employment. I am agreeable to a community set up that promotes lifelong learning to encourage economic activities. I prefer to live in a community that can uphold traditional Christian values such as caring for the sick, promote instruction and training, and encourage trading activities among the members for productivity. Word Count: 477 by: raa

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