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Paliszkiewicz Joanna (Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego w Warszawie)
Kreowanie w mediach społecznościowych wizerunku kandydata do pracy na przykładzie portalu LinkedIn
Creating a Professional Image of a Job Candidate in Social Media : the Example of LinkedIn
Zarządzanie Zasobami Ludzkimi, 2018, nr 5, s. 79-91, tab., bibliogr. 56 poz.
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Media społecznościowe, Zarządzanie wrażeniem
Social media, Impression management
streszcz., summ.
Pracodawcy, poszukując pracowników, coraz częściej czerpią wiedzę o kandydatach z mediów społecznościowych. Dlatego kandydaci do pracy muszą kreować wizerunek wiarygodnego potencjalnego pracownika, wykorzystując do tego celu najlepsze praktyki. Jednocześnie pracodawcy poszukujący kandydatów powinni znać sposoby tworzenia profilu, w tym zarządzania wrażeniem w mediach społecznościowych, oraz stosować je w procesie analizy kandydatów do pracy. Dotyczy to w szczególności stron w portalu LinkedIn. Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie zarysu tej problematyki na przykładzie LinkedIn. W artykule dokonano przeglądu przedmiotowej literatury o dotychczas prowadzonych badaniach oraz wskazano kierunki dalszych analiz. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Employers in search of employees are using social media to find information about potential candidates with increasing frequency. It is for this reason that candidates must create an image of a reliable potential employee using the best image building practices. At the same time, employers seeking candidates should be familiar with the practices of image creation, including impression management on social media, and apply them in the process of analyzing job candidates. In particular, this applies to sites such as LinkedIn. A goal of this article is to present an outline of these questions using LinkedIn as an example. The article includes a review of topical literature relating to research conducted to date as well as an indication of directions for future research. (original abstract)
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