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Exam #1 review

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Exam #1 review HRM 1101 - 006

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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Carrie Notetaker on Monday September 19, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to HRM 1101 - 006 at Temple University taught by Katherine Nelson (P) in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT in Business at Temple University.

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Date Created: 09/19/16
HRM 09/15 Exam #1 Review 1. Internships: important!! 2. CSPD: fox school 3. Information interviews: #1 way for you to learn about jobs and companies  20-30 mins long  You ask the questions  Professionally dressed  Thank you note after 4. Elevator speech  Who am I?  What do I offer? What am I good at?  What do I want? 5. STAR method 6. Interviews  Be clean and professional 7. Myers-Briggs type: personality test 8. Economy; three sectors: private, public, and academia  In the private sector, there are private and public companies 9. Public companies:  Can raise capital  Offer stock as compensation  Goal: to enrich shareholders via dividends  Public disclosure of performance  Regulations and regulators 10.Investing: buy stock to make a profit  Investors: people who buy the stock of publicly traded companies  Huge institutional investors: mutual funds, hedge funds, investment banks, endowments  Individual investors: people like us, employees 11.Best workplace  Great leadership  Great culture  Great communications – that engender trust  Lots of human connections 12.Non-profit v For-profit companies 13.Business cycle: economy generally expands for 6-10 years; economy generally contracts for 6 months-2 years; operates from peak to peak 14.Forming a company: good idea, connections, organization 15.Jim Collins: Built to Last * (visionary companies vs comparison companies) 16.Clock building companies: GE, HP, Netflix 17.Credit score: FICO score  Equifax  Experian  Transunion 18.Unions!! 19.IBM: big blue  Thomas J Watson  Thomas J Watson Jr  Lou Gerstner


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