these days, employers ask people who are seeking for job about personal information such as their hobbies and desires or their marriage’s status. some individuals hold the viewpoints that this information is useful and others disagree. In this essay i will outline these debates.
on the one hand, supporters of this strategies say that this information can boost the company’s income in long term. if employers know about the applicants’ Desire like their favorite sport as hobby or any activity which increases their job seekers’ incentive, they will provide them with these facilities. such facilities can be a free membership of a club in which employers can follow their interests. for example, doing table tennis or playing video games and so on.
in this regard, if they employers know about the marriages’ status of employees, they can give them extra salary. as a result, the company can meet my the employees’ expectations which are a positive factor for them, in order to work harder and increase the company’s income in the long passage. This can lead the company to create more job situations for job seekers.
On the other hand, opponents say that this information can discriminate between employees in the workstation. As employers know about every applicant in more details, they can act accordance with this information. This action might bee very visible among the employees, hence they could feel a sense of discrimination which leads them to be depressed. For example, when they see their fellow colleagues can work in that company with more privilidgees, they would work there with less energy which is a lead factor for making them to be depressed.
In conclusion, i agree with the first viewpoint because knowing about the personal information creates more income for thee company which has an important result for unemployed people in terms of job vacancies.