KVann_Case05.1_012911

KVann_Case05.1_012911 - Case Study 1 Ch. 5 1 Social...

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Case Study 1 Ch. 5 1 Social Networking sites are one of the most powerful tools as far as internet tools go. Unfortunately, the way that most social networking sites are operated it allocates and allows too much personal information to usually be released. This isn’t something that is necessarily bad for employers but when you have placed yourself on the hiring market it could be a terrible thing. When people create their own personal, customized site to network with friends and family they don’t always think about the consequences of what they are placing on their pages. When John Smith goes out with his alumni buddies last weekend and takes drunken photos and places them up on his site, a potential employer might see said photos. This would definitely fall under being a “bad prospective employee”. If place Obama stickers all over your page and your future employer happens to dislike Obama he may end up not looking in the same light. Political views are not allowed to be asked during an interview for discrimination purposes but in that case no
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course ACCT 1221 taught by Professor Adgams during the Spring '11 term at Stetson.

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KVann_Case05.1_012911 - Case Study 1 Ch. 5 1 Social...

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