Privacy could be defined as the freedom to selectively reveal one's self (CSO Magazine, Logan Roots). Today, we may be frustrated by all the existing instruments created to collect those private pieces of information that most of the time we released by ourselves. As future graduates, we will soon have to pass through several job interviews and we should be prepared to face any tricky questions regarding our privacy.
We thought that it would be interesting to question ourselves on these issues.Is private information now part of the hiring process? Are we facing innovations or human rights abuses? What are the trends? We will try to give some answers to these questions with this study. We chose to present three topics strongly related to the problem discussed here.
In the first part, we will present the current Curriculum Vitae's perspectives and see how this recruitment tool is nowadays evolving brand new HR practice.Then, it seems important to question the increasing use of social networks and internet within the staffing process. Thus, we will spot what the stakes are for the future job applicants we are. Finally this study will focus on a very topical issue, that is, the HR management of religious beliefs.
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