It’s become second-nature to “Google” people to whom you’ve been introduced or are planning to meet. For many employers, it’s just as easy to engage in the same process with those applying for employment.
When an employer makes the decision to use social media, it creates a potential breeding ground for employment law issues. Depending upon how the information is used, the problematic legal issues may multiply exponentially.
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Topics: ADA, Background Checks, Discrimination, FCRA, Hiring & Firing, Job Applicants, NLRA, Screening Procedures, Social Media Policy
Published In: Civil Rights Updates, Labor & Employment Updates
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