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Hiring a Technical Person Studying Management

Advantages of a Technical Person Studying Management

 A technically trained job candidate is one who is well informed or who has special expertise in any field of study.  This includes theoretical and hands on skills in their field of interest. On the other hand management involves the organization and control of the work place.

 A technically trained candidate who has studied or is studying management is of great importance to the employer as apart from the basics of the job he has extra skills in management.   In case there is a problem in one corner of the company which may be the candidates area of specialty and maybe the person who is there is not sure about something and the candidate will be more than willing to fix the problem and at the same time  show the person how to correct it.

 Another area of interest is the human resources department; an employer who is interviewing candidates in his field is more likely to come up with the most suitable candidate.  This would be different for someone who is hiring people from a field that is quite new to them.

 Technical candidates who are managers have an added advantage when it comes to dealing with customers who need clarifications about the products or services of that particular place.  This is so because the clients could doubt the information given by the technical person hence requiring clarification from a higher office.  This in turn increases and maintains the client base to the advantage of the employer.



Ahmad,S.  (2003).  Technical Changes with Human Resources. Manpower in the 21st        Century, 11-15


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