Social media appears as a possible alternative to the traditional exchange for talents. Its database serves as a talent cryptocurrency, allowing for a more comprehensive and merit-based definition of human capital. Our online activity already discloses much of our basic personal qualities, which is essentially what businesses ought to know (and sometimes want to know) before making a hiring decision. Because existing recruiting methods are beyond the objective, and conventional talent assessments are hardly fair nor highly accurate, it wouldn’t take much for technology and social media to challenge traditional talent measurements in regards to quality and satisfaction.
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