Chapter 4Finding, Attracting, and Selecting the Best Hispanic Candidates

There are differences between salaried and nonsalaried positions in the American workplace. Salaried employees, almost always, have continued their education beyond high school. This higher education attainment level equips them with certain professional and social skill sets that allow them to exercise greater judgment in fulfilling their responsibilities to their employers, require less supervision, and manage their time and workload with a greater degree of independence. Nonsalaried workers, by comparison, have their time more closely monitored, simply because they are entitled to overtime pay as provided by law, their responsibilities are more clearly defined, and they ...

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