Is it wrong to check an Employee's Facebook account?
becker 3 years ago
Should companies check out an employee's activities on Facebook and Linked In? Are there legal ramifications that might arise from doing research on perspective employees, even when using publicly available resources? Now that there is so much competition for jobs, how should we be vetting new hires to insure that they are who they say they are, and that they know as much as they promise?
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