[Pdf New] (Debunking the Myth of Job Fit in Student Affairs) By Brian J. Reece

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  • Debunking the Myth of Job Fit in Student Affairs
  • Brian J. Reece
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  • 28 March 2018
  • 9781620367889

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Download ¿ Debunking the Myth of Job Fit in Student Affairs Ent affairs profession strives for inclusion and acceptance as a core value and an essential competency The profession has made progress in the way it serves students but there is a disconnect between the conversation about students and the way those same values play out in the treatment of practitioners and scholars in the field This book aims to help job seekers looking to evaluate fit in their current and possible future positions as well as hiring managers who face challenges in creating euitable hiring processesChallenging the norms and rhetoric about job fit in student affairs means that scholars and practitioners alike must be able to incorporate this topic explicitly into various aspects of the profession.

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Download ¿ Debunking the Myth of Job Fit in Student Affairs This groundbreaking book examines a concept that has gone unexamined for too long The concept of job fit in the student affairs profession Fit is a term used by nearly everyone in student affairs throughout the hiring process from search committees and hiring managers to supervisors and HR professionals This book opens a conversation about the use of job fit as a tool for exclusion that needs to be critically investigated from multiple standpointsThis edited collection brings together a number of voices to look at the issues involved through various lenses to explore the ways policies procedures environments and cultural norms provide ineuitable job search experiences for individuals from various marginalized gro.

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Download ¿ Debunking the Myth of Job Fit in Student Affairs Ups These include looking at the legal aspects employer definitions communication barriers as well as scholarly personal narratives looking at the concept from the perspective of class race gender and sexual orientationEmerging from the Commission for Social Justice of ACPA the personal narratives and critical explorations in this book are an attempt to provide graduate students and professionals with a resource that is relevant to the job search in an increasingly competitive job market while taking into account the complex realities of their identities The normative assumptions of fit are analyzed by the authors to make visible the barriers those assumptions create for those with non dominant identitiesThe stud.