Privacy Advisor

Employers are making good use of applicants' social network profiles, but should they?

05.01.2012
Making a good first impression when it comes to applying for a new job no longer involves simply spell-checking a resume. That’s because employers are now capable of eyeballing more than just a candidate’s job history and references; these days, social media profiles provide a much broader picture.

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