This paper examines how newly appointed employees experience the recruiting process of an employment. In a competitive market, it is important for any given company to recruit the best suited candidates for any given job. The competitive market permits companys to raise the requirements regarding a job. The requirements broadens by including personal competencies besides professional competencies. This forces the candidates to reflect on how they want to present themselves in order to seem the most appealing to the given company. This study is conducted with inspiration from the phenomenological orientation. How the candidates attempt to accede the company’s demands and the possible effects caused by this, will be investigated using qualitative methods in order to collect imperical data. It is furthermore analyzed through Richard Jenkin’s theory on Social identity supported by Erving Goffman’s theory on The presentation of self in everyday life.
|Uddannelser||Psykologi, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor|
|Udgivelsesdato||21 maj 2019|
- Erving Goffman
- Richard Jenkins