Core Objectives-PR, CT, and COM
You are 30 minutes into a job interview for your dream job—one where your college education and experience can really be applied. So far everything is going well. However, the interviewer’s next question catches your breath and causes you to pause before you answer—”If I were to examine your social media postings, would I find anything that is embarrassing about you or that might indicate that you engaged in any illegal activities?” Do you think the employer should be allowed to ask this question? Why or Why not? You may also include how you would think of your own social media to evaluate what you may change. Support your answer by researching at least 2 sources citing them appropriately in APA format.
Write a paper with 4-5 solid paragraphs (at minimum) approximately 750-1,000 words that includes a proper thesis statement stating your position with appropriate supporting research. Paper must be in Times New Roman, 12 points, double-spaced. If you aren’t using Word 365, be sure to export to pdf. Save as SignatureAssignment_Last Name. When submitted, the paper will be run through the Unicheck system in Canvas for plagiarism.
|Points Worth||Points Awarded|
|Includes an appropriate thesis statement that clearly states position on the ethical dilemma.||25|
|Thoughts and supporting research are clear and consistent to support the position of the ethical dilemma.||25|
|Shows understanding for both viewpoints but clearly choose and support a position.||15|
|Support the position with at least 2 sources in appropriate APA format.||15|
|Paper is submitted correctly in Times New Roman, 12 pt, double spaced, saved as SignatureAssignment_LastName||20|
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