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Which of the following statements with reference to the Japanese approach to selection and recruitment is/are incorrect?
The majority of Japanese companies hire primarily at entry-level positions.
Japanese companies take longer to hire and train employees than Western companies.
After the HR paperwork is done, western firms expect new employees to take up the function.
Only (b) and (c)
None of these
Correct Option is None of these
Solution:All of the given statements are completely correct based on the information provided in the given passage. Thus, there is no incorrect statement given in the options. Hence, option (e) is the right answer choice. Refer to the last lines of the third paragraph, “Japanese firms hire almost entirely at the entry-level. This is done so that the new arrival can be properly trained and socialized into the organization to be a good fit. The length of this process can vary from six months to three years, whereas in many western organizations a new employee merely completes the required HR paperwork and is then suddenly expected to execute the role for which he or she was hired.”
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