Social media sites have recently drew decision makers’ attention and influenced their choice in hiring potential candidates. There is an increase in numbers of employers, who depend on social networking for taking their final decision over their best candidates. Networking sites such as LinkedIn, LinkUp, Facebook, Academia, Workable and so on considered today as leading websites for recruiting, which are trusted by various organizations all over the world. Unfortunately, this newfound interest has not proofed yet to be the right tools that helps choosing or rejecting the right candidates. The questions this research is asking are, how has the era of social networking sites influenced the way employers choosing their candidates? How can employers differentiate the right hiring between the choices that offered by social networking sites, while these sites could also include fake information? Especially that these websites compete in making posting jobs, uploading applications, finding talented candidates, scheduling interviews, easy and fast.
Medicare was designed to provide healthcare to a specific population
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