Yes, I think that social capital when wrongly used can undermine equal employment opportunity. Social capital is a good think and can help with employment in certain situation, but it can also cause corruption, when, preference for a job opportunity is given not due to the skills and experience but due to the fact if you know that person or not. It can negatively influence work productivity and it can also cause a chain reaction when others will use same method when accepting new workers. The government can set stricter rules for people hiring their former colleagues or even relatives.
Apr 21st, 2015
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