Las Social Networking Sites (SNS) en los procesos de reclutamiento y selección del talento humano. Revisión de literatura
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Palabras clave

Social Networking Site
SNS
procesos de reclutamiento y selección
talento humano
candidatos
internet

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Contreras-Pacheco, O., Camacho-Cantillo, D., & Badrán-Lizarazo, R. (2017). Las Social Networking Sites (SNS) en los procesos de reclutamiento y selección del talento humano. Revisión de literatura. Entramado, 13(1), 92-100. https://doi.org/10.18041/entramado.2017v13n1.25139

Resumen

Las Social Networking Sites (SNS) o Redes sociales, en español, han intervenido en todos los ámbitos de la vida humana y el escenario laboral no ha sido ajeno a ello; es así como el objetivo de esta investigación es conocer de qué manera se aplican estas redes a los procesos de reclutamiento y selección del talento humano, a través de una revisión sistemática de la literatura en las bases de datos ISI Web of Science y Scopus, desde el año 2001 hasta 2016, que incluye las etapas de planeación, ejecución y diseminación de los resultados. El estudio del tema ha despertado a lo largo del tiempo un interés en el mundo científico, lo que permitió identificar los usos que las empresas le están dando a estas plataformas en el mercado laboral. Los principales resultados muestran que el contenido publicado por los candidatos repercute en las decisiones de los reclutadores, así como la discriminación que estas acarrean ha desencadenado un debate ético y legal, donde países como Estados Unidos han desarrollado iniciativas legales para regularlas. Con esto se logró crear bases para futuras investigaciones en torno a un tema que está incidiendo significativamente en la dinámica empresarial actual.

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