1) You are a manager of a department and you are looking to hire a new employee. During your search one of your supervisors says, “Just hire the first one that walks in. If that one doesn’t work out, we can always get another.” How would you handle this? Explain your answer in detail.
2) In today’s health care industry there is much consideration of the rights for patients and their privacy and confidentiality. However, when it comes to the concerns for health and safety of the public the rights for individuals are put aside. Do you feel this is right, and where do you think the line should be drawn? Explain your answer.