Unless you have been living under a rock (and that rock was not in range of a 3 or 4G network), you have heard by now about how some hiring managers are requesting Facebook passwords from prospective employees.
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A recent article posted on line by the Wall Street Journal suggests that your Facebook profile might be very telling to potential employers about your future job performance. The article reports on a new study from Northern Illinois University, the University of Evansville and Auburn University where a professor and two students were presented with [...]
Tags: Auburn University, Facebook, hiring, hiring process, job candidates, job seekers, NetSourcing, Northern Illinois University, social media, social media for recruiting, University of Evansville, Wall Street Journal
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Post this. Tweet that. Check in. Tag. Re-post. Share. Like. Plus. Blah, blah, blah… It seems like everyone is talking in social media code these days. And that social media’s reach is everywhere. Should you embrace it, restrict it or block it in your workplace? We read with great interest “HR Expert Outlines The Top [...]
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We here at hireVision love social media. Its possibilities and potential are endless. Still, social media moves at a frenetic pace, and it can take just one false move or brief mistake in judgment for a negative backlash to go viral, then hit your company like a virtual tsunami. Even a non-viral negative social media [...]
Tags: Edward Easterly, Employee Handbooks, Employee Relations, Facebook, Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, handbooks, hireVision, Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, Scott Allinson, social media, social media guidelines and policies, Tallman Hudders & Sorrentino, Tina Hamilton
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What is on your human resources radar for 2012? Please fill out our short poll to let us know. Your answer will be anonymous and no personal data will be collected about you. Your input will help us continue to generate interesting and useful blog and social media content.
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Ah, ha! Even the forward-thinking, creative, ultra-hip, wonder wizards at Apple have laid out a clear social media policy for employees. That makes us human resources policy geeks a bit more cool by association, right?
Tags: Apple, Edward Easterly, Employee Handbooks, Facebook, hireVision, PC World, Scott Allinson, social media, social media guidelines and policies, Tallman Hudders & Sorrentino, Tina Hamilton
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