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  1. Introduction
  2. Reduction and Prevention in Conflicts
  3. Hiring Process
  4. Training Process
  5. Rewarding for Positive Outcomes
  6. Developing Guidelines and Policies
  7. Managerial Styles and Techniques
  8. Conclusion

The hiring process is the steps that are taken with perspective new employees. The hiring process begins with the interview and ends with training of a new hire. If the manager is hiring for a position that requires the employee to work in a team setting, he or she should be looking for a team player. A team player is someone that is able to work side-by-side with another employee to complete assigned tasks. Pinning two people together that are consistently looking to take the lead is not ideal for a team setting. At the same rate, attempting to find a good fit for the company may not always lead to finding a team player.

When interviewing perspective new hires, a manager is also looking to see if the interviewee possesses the technical skills that correspond with the open position. If the candidate has the right skills for the position but does not have the proper team orientated background the company is looking for then the manager has three follow up actions (Robbins & Judge, 2009, pg. 337, para. VI). The first action is not to hire candidate. The second action is to pass along the candidate's application to another manager; someone that does not require their employees to work in teams. The third option is to hire the candidate and provide them with the training they will need to mold them into team players.

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