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The ethics of social media background is murky. Last week’s Kickass Masterminds internship controversy is a perfect example of why (and what not to do).
Bianca Lager sits down with Reputation Communications for a discussion on what social media screening firms are seeing in the field today.
Trump memes have exploded onto everyone’s social media pages. Here at Social Intel, we run into hundreds of political posts a day–some that are inappropriate, some that aren’t. Here’s our best guidance on how to share political posts without raising any red flags.
Customs and Border Protection is having a major PR nightmare with the exposure of a secret Facebook group. Here’s what we at Social Intel have to say about that.
“I like debating political issues on social media, but I’m afraid of it damaging my professional reputation. What do I do?”
Should you be friends with your boss on social media? As social media continues to change our relationships, Ask an Analyst takes a closer look at how we can best navigate those relationships online.
Social media screening has quickly become a major topic of debate in HR and hiring communities, even though the majority of companies in America are already doing it. But is it actually helpful to employers? Is it cost-effective? What are the risks? We take a closer look at some of the top concerns as well as a few hidden dangers that may deter employers from utilizing more modern screening practices.