chapter 11,12,13

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Chapter 11
Do you believe that it’s right to screen applicants through their social media accounts? What would you do if a potential employer asks you to send them a Friend request on Facebook as part of the pre-hiring screening process? Please explain your answer.
Chapter 12
As part of the screening process, many employers use personality tests. It is tempting for many applicants to not answer truthfully on these tests for fear that they would not be hired. Instead, these applicants tend to answer the questions in a way that they believe would best get them the job offer.
Chapter 13
Frederick Herzberg believed that no amount of money can make someone satisfied or motivated about their job. Do you believe this is true? Please explain.
Chapter 11
I don’t believe employers should have any right to screen applicants through their social media. It is considered unethical in my opinion and violates privacy. Employers don’t need to judge based on your personal lifestyle or attributes, it just doesn’t seem professional at all. What if you ask the employer the same thing?
First off, I don’t even use Facebook. If it was any other social media platform, I would just ask questions such as why, what would make the difference, etc. It seems like they are more interested in my personal life than my working life. My social media content doesn’t relate to my working environment. Once I am working, I let all my social media stuff go away and I don’t try to combine both. My official answer would be no, I would not let an employer ask anything about my social media just for a pre hiring screening process
Chapter 12
I think there is two main reasons why a person should not fake their answers on a personality test. The first reason is that a person who is faking their answers is not being honest. The fact that they would lie on a test is enough reason to believe that they would lie in other areas of their work. Honesty should be desired by every employer and employees should be honest in their answers. Also, companies may have developed software to detect if a person is lying by all of their answers being those that would presumably be desirable.
In the same way that a company may be able to tell if someone is lying, they may not like applicants who score exceptionally well on a personality test. This could be the case for companies who are looking for non-type A canidates. This just further pushed the point that it is better to tell the truth than it is to lie.
Chapter 13
I think there is a difference between satisfaction and motivation. Money could motivate me to do a lot of things that I would never gain a sense of satisfaction from doing. An example that comes to mind would be cleaning up after other people. I would never be happy or satisfied by cleaning homes for another perfectly capable human. However, I could most definitely be motivated to clean someone else’s home if they offered to pay me an absorbent amount to do it.
It also goes the other way for me. I gain extreme satisfaction from helping others who are in need. One of my favorite jobs was helping feed patients who were being taken off feeding tubes. Everyone I encountered was so grateful, and I was truly satisfied with what I was doing. Unfortunately, the extremely low pay was the motivating factor behind my decision to change positions.

Williams, C. (2019). MGMT11: principles of management (pp. 1–424). Cenage.

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