Case Incident

Organizational Behavior (14th Edition)

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Evgeniy Bukatin Pr. Adou-Dy BUS 308 November 30, 2011 Chapter 17 – Case Incident 1 1. I think employers have a right to investigate applicants by Googling them and exploring such websites as MySpace or Twitter and checking out their current employers. I believe it is employees’ or applicants’ responsibilities to keep their social networks’ profiles free of any inappropriate content. There are several ways of keeping profiles private. Also, it is important to distinguish the line between work and personal life, as, for instance, having boss in your Facebook friends is not necessary. 2. I believe checking background is not against the law if the applicant gives his/her authorization to do so. It will provide an employer with useful information about the previous jobs and any criminal records if existed. Unfortunately, most employers do not tell their applicants the reasons for not hiring them. In my opinion, employees have the
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