The processes of applying and hiring has changed drastically due to technological advancements, namely, the Internet. Online recruitment and applications are now the standard. With the rise in popularity of social media, HR professionals are using Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn as tools for recruiting and hiring. Organizations are also conducting online searches to garner information about potential employees.
Analyze the role of social media in the recruiting and hiring process. You also will determine whether you think social media should be used for recruiting or hiring. Finally, you will analyze your own social media presence and determine strategies for improving the professionalism of your social media profile.
Review this week’s Learning Resources. Focus on the resources that address hiring decisions, social media, and candidate selection.
Google yourself as if you were an HR professional reviewing your online profile.
Consider your own feelings on social media and the hiring process.
To complete this Assignment, write a 3- to 4-page paper in which you do the following:
Explain the role of social media for recruiting in the field of healthcare.
Identify at least two benefits and two challenges of using social media for recruiting in the field of healthcare.
Explain whether you think social media should be part of the recruiting process.
Explain the role of social media for hiring in the healthcare field.
Identify at least two benefits and two challenges of using social media for hiring in the] healthcare field.
Explain whether you think social media should be part of the hiring process.
Provide a brief explanation of your personal social media presence.
Explain, from the perspective of an HR professional reviewing your online profile in relation to a job application, what their perception of your social media presence might be.
Explain at least two things you could do to improve the professionalism of your social media profile. Be specific.
Support your work with specific citations from this week’s Learning Resources and additional scholarly sources as appropriate.
communicable diseases and healthy cooking practices in three cities of North India (New Delhi, Agra, Jaipur) during the period August 2006 to December 2008. Major gaps exist in health and nutrition-related knowledge and behavior of Indian children, parents and teachers. Following the intervention, scores improved in all children and a significantly higher improvement was observed in younger children (aged 8 – 11 years) as compared with those aged 12 – 18 years, and in females compared with males. This successful and comprehensive educative intervention could be incorporated in school-based health and nutritional education program. Medical complications associated with weight loss include inadequate nutrient intake and slow linear growth, therefore eliminating only high-calorie foods and encouraging well-balanced eating minimizes the risk of inadequate nutrient intake. Obesity is a chronic disease and improvement decreases once treatment stops, so children and parents must work actively to maintain behaviors that promote weight loss. Regular contact with the clinician is essential to reinforce treatment goals and skills. Pharmacotherapy Pharmacotherapy for children or adolescents with obesity is used only if intensive lifestyle modification has failed to stop weight gain or to ameliorate comorbidities. Use of medication should not be the only mode of treatment in obese children. Only one drug is approved for use in children for weight loss. TABLE 11 Drug Mechanism of action Side effects Other uses Orlistat FDA approved for ≥12years of age Inhibits gastric & pancreatic lipases, resulting in reduced absorption of fats Fatty/oily stool, abdominal cramps, fecal incontinence, reduced absorption of fat soluble vitamins Metformin not FDA approved for treatment of obesity Reduces hepatic glucose production, decreases intestinal absorption of glucose & increases peripheral insulin sensitivity GI complaints, nausea/vomiting, vitamin B12 deficiency, lactic acidosis (rare) Approved for ≥10 years of age for treatment of T2DM, metformin could also be used to regulate menses in obese girls with PCOS Other drugs used only in certain special situations are:>GET ANSWER