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Date: October 18, 2010 To: Dr. McQuaid From: Subject: The use of social networking sites Social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace are great tools for communicating and keeping in touch with friends, family, and co-workers. However, more and more hiring managers and companies are using social networking sites to track down potential employees and to take a glance at their personal life. However, this can possibly either help or hurt people’s chances in landing a job. In the process of hiring, companies browse through social networking sites to take a closer look at a candidate’s personal life because ultimately, their profile reflects their persona. For example, on Facebook, there is an info tab that can lists out your interests, education and work, and relationship status. In addition, this site allows the user to even state their religious and political view. Basically, the user is broadcasting their religious and political view for everyone to see. In the article, “Facebook-Proof your Job search,” the author advises to steer clear from advertising your religious and political view because the employer may or may not agree with the candidate, which can affect their chances in getting the job. These sites essentially give employers a sneak preview of candidate’s personality by observing
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course BUSINESS 215 taught by Professor Patriciamcquaid during the Fall '10 term at Cal Poly.

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