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Could social media mischief cost you that new job? ibmcai.com

Furthermore, three-quarters of HR and hiring managers believe digital reputation provides useful information about a candidate’s fit with a job and their likely fit with the organization. The trouble is that the validity and legality of using social media information to screen job candidates has yet to be established. For this reason, employers should be very cautious about using digital reputation to assess job candidates. Job seekers should also be careful about what information they share online to ensure that what they post won’t cost them future job opportunities.

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