Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Effect of Social media presence on hire-ability In the contemporary world social media has become an inseparable component of people’s day to day lives and are being used by over 700 million people globally. These platforms have become widely integrated into the contemporary social interactions and are extensively used as a basic medium for communication and networking (Boyd & Ellison 26). Do social media convey accurate impressions of the users? Can an applicant's social media presence directly affects their potential hire-ability and differentiates them from others who utilize a more traditional. Literature review In the modern days organizations regard personality assessment as a strong predictor of the job performance of an individual making its use in personnel selection an increasingly popular among organizations (Anderson 1). According to Hunter John and Ronda (72) suitably validated personality assessment criteria are attractive selection tools since they provide a data-based Thornhill Adrian. "Research methods for business students." Harlow: Prentice Hall (2009). Saunders Mark NK. Research methods for business students 5/e. Pearson Education India 2011. Saunders Mark NK and Philip Lewis. Doing research in business and management: An essential guide to planning your project. Pearson Higher Ed 2014. Lippman Andrew. "Social Networking Explodes Worldwide as Sites Increase their Focus on Cultural Relevance." comScore2008 (2008). Manago Adriana M. et al. "Self-presentation and gender on MySpace." Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 29.6 (2008): 446-458. Smith Jacquelyn. "How social media can help (or hurt) you in your job search." Forbes. Com 16.2013 (2013): 16. White Brian. Writing your MBA dissertation. Cengage Learning EMEA 2002. White Sarah. "Is your social media presence hurting your job search?" 27 May 2015. CIO. 22 Feb 2017 <www.cio.com Williams Terri. "How Social Media Can Stop You From Getting Hired." 27 Feb 2014. The richest. 21 Feb 2017 http://www.therichest.com/business/salary/how-social-media-can-stop-you-from-getting-hired/ [...]
This paper needs to answer the following question in great detail. Is there a direct correlation between an applicant's social media presence that directly affects their potential hire-ability and differentiates them from others who utilize a more traditional approach?