Your FB, Twitter, Insta are sent to your Boss on MAY 10th 2014
On Tuesday, NNBC published a follow-up analysis that employers can now see up to 99% of all social media profiles as well as extremely invasive background info.
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They can access your inbox on Twitter, FB, Insta, Vine, Tumblr
See all posts on your profile and friends
Terminate employees based on social behavior
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What is Now Visible by employers?
They have gained access to this through several private consulting firms which specialize in big data analysis and detailed human profiling. They have gained access to this through several private consulting firms which specialize in big data analysis and detailed human profiling.
My Brother Daniel works for an IT firm and told me a story that really confirmed the scale at which employers invade our privacy
“The other day, I went over to my boss’ desk to find her and my other boss hunkered over the computer, scrolling through some young woman’s Facebook profile. Yes, everyone is guilty of checking Facebook while at work, but… really?
Well, actually, Facebook stalking fits the job description for all bosses. Turns out, they were vetting a prospective candidate for hire.
“She’s from Seattle!” My boss declared. “And she speaks Italian!”
Color me naive but, my jaw hit the floor. Oh my god. My dad was right. This actually happens.”
Employers are now saying why interview when you can Facebook stalk? A recent study by AARC suggests that employers can judge candidates’ future work performance by spending five to ten minutes lurking on their Facebook pages.
Some readers were outraged by this. “I truly wish employers would stop using Facebook as a professional tool,” commented one. “That was never its intention! … Does it give employers a potential view into people’s somewhat personal lives? Yes! But truly what does that prove?”
Like it or not, Facebook and other sites like it are becoming the digital proxies for our real world selves. Our profiles on Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, Twitter, et. al. reflect our likes, dislikes, personalities, and best photo angles, and are likely more useful to employers in seeing what we might be like to work with than a short interview.
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