Surprise – Job Candidates Are Checking You Out Too
You require a resume – which you’ll fact-check – from a job candidate, but what will you give them in exchange?
It’s standard operating procedure for employers to use social media to screen candidates before a job offer. Current estimates put the number of organizations doing this at 70 percent or more. Nearly half are looking for insight on a candidate’s public persona (are they professional?), and almost 40 percent want to find out what peers are posting about a candidate.
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