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What’s the best way to introduce social media screening to the workforce? We’ve found that communication with current employees and developing a candidate experience strategy go a long way.
Bianca Lager sits down with Reputation Communications for a discussion on what social media screening firms are seeing in the field today.
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.
While progressive values may give a business an edge when they enter the market, it’s imperative that during periods of rapid growth that employees’ well-being is not overlooked. Here are a few things women-run companies (or really, any progressive company) can keep in mind when transitioning from a smaller business model to a larger one.
Social media screening is a powerful tool for maintaining an entity’s reputation and preventing workplace misconduct. Because social media has revolutionized the way politicians campaign, candidates and elected officials alike now have the unique opportunity to engage with their constituencies more intimately…which inevitably means more public scrutiny. Here’s why every political campaign should be using social media screening for all of their staffers.
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.
Social media background screening is a powerful pre-hire tool that should not be used without proper research. Use this 9-step shortlist to help your HR and recruiting teams prepare for the complexities of social screening, etiquette, and FCRA compliance.
The #MeToo movement has ignited a generation of women who will no longer tolerate workplace harassment. What can business owners and human resources managers do to make work a better place for them?
Sexual harassment and discrimination are issues that no Risk Manager can afford to ignore. For this reason, you need to be even more diligent about your company’s pre-hire screening practices. A series of timely online investigations may be the solution.